Winning Fantasy Baseball

Biography
Larry Schechter began playing fantasy baseball in 1992. In 2002, he won the CDM Sports national salary-cap challenge, defeating 7,500 other teams. In 2005, he beat 6,000 teams to become the first two-time champion.

These accomplishments earned Larry invitations to compete in the two most prestigious experts’ leagues: in 2003, he joined the USA Today-sponsored League of Alternative Baseball Reality (LABR), and in 2005, he was invited to play in Tout Wars. He also competed in the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA) Experts league for four years. In all, through the 2013 season, Larry has managed twenty-two teams in these leagues and has won nine league championships.

He has also been successful in fantasy football and basketball, currently ranking 14th on the National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) career winnings list at $110,700.

Larry lives near Albany, New York. The founder and president of a successful financial-services company, he fulfilled a longstanding goal in 2003, when he began to perform stand-up comedy. From 2003 to 2010, he performed at many comedy clubs throughout the Northeast.

Unfortunately, Larry is pathetic as a baseball player. At age 12, he hit .083 for his AAA little league team. However, he is a decent golfer, with a 9 handicap. He’s also a die-hard Red Sox fan. But he’ll buy a Yankee in a second if it’ll help his fantasy team.

 

                      

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