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Lords of the games

Fantasy baseball indebted to two innovators

By Sam Allis
March 12, 2006

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Before there was Okrent there was Gamson. Before Dan Okrent founded Rotisserie League Baseball in 1980, Bill Gamson dreamed up a primitive forebear of the addictive fantasy game in 1960 with two old Antioch roommates in his place at 72 Foster St. in Cambridge. (Full article: 861 words)

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