Player projections, fantasy baseball advice, rookie standouts, individual summaries for every team - in the words of Dr. Cox, "it's the most fun (you) can have without being forced to cuddle afterwards." And I have it on good authority that, while he has little vested interest in how well the book sells since he doesn't get a cut of the profits, the author of the Mariners chapter is incredibly good-looking and refers to his sculpted arms as the Jaws Of Life, so that's another thing to consider. People always ask me "where does he find the time to write about baseball in between saving all those little children from the filthy, sinful clutches of Player A?" and I say "I don't know, you'd have to ask him" as I look skyward and sigh a sigh of quiet reverence.
From what I've been able to read tonight, the book really is terrific. Even if you're getting sick of seeing projections all over the place, the writing is worth it by itself, and you don't even have to sit on your ass and wait for the book to be delivered if you don't want to - for $9 you can purchase an instant .pdf download instead of a printed version (which the THT crew would actually prefer). This is the age of immediate gratification, after all.
Do it. Do it, if for no other reason than because I told you so. You won't be sorry, and if you are, well that's pretty weird, you freak.