What happens when 10 of the wealthiest Major League Baseball players -- 10 of the game's biggest stars -- start a fantasy baseball league of their own? The price for a franchise is $250,000. Only the game's elite players can afford it. It compromises the integrity of the game beyond Pete Rose-like proportions, considering players can aid or hurt themselves in order to win their fantasy league, at the cost of winning their real league.
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About the Author
Originally from New York, Roger Anthony Olivieri now lives with his family in South Carolina. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he was inspired to write by a close friend. A passion for sports and internet curiosity promise more novels centered on these themes. His next work of fiction, The Whisper Box, explores the internet, a crooked President, and a wild chase up and down the eastern seaboard.