Many of the anecdotes are jaw-dropping - because of the players' ridiculous dedication to their fantasy sports team, or because of co-incidences, or because of the players' circumstances (soldiers in the field of battle, husbands on their honeymoon, etc). There were a few heart-tugging stories as well - bonding father/son, husband/wife, etc.
It was a fun read - certainly a self-centered book, but that's to be expected: it is essentially a book about Berry.
He comes across as a "knocked down 7 times, got up 8" kind of guy. Humbled by the journey, yet also proud of his own persistence and success. He's self-deprecating and deflects his spotlight toward those he deems worthy.
In the last chapter, he mentions that this book is a "love note to fantasy" - and that is the perfect summary. He showed how he, above all others, loves fantasy sports.