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The book is due to hit shelves in February, but Huff and co-author Stephen Cassar are hoping to print an earlier edition for the holiday season.They've set up a Kickstarter to fund the effort, and Giants fans will be very interested in the incentives for donating.Smaller donations will come with a copy of "Baseball Junkie," but a pledge of 0 or more will get you an autographed rally thong.Huff's new book, "Baseball Junkie - The Rise, Fall and Redemption of a World Series Champion," explores the former Giants' long-time battle with anxiety and the pressure of playing in the Major Leagues.According to Huff's site, the book "is the story of a man who seemingly has everything—a place in Major League Baseball history, success, fame, money, a beautiful family—and yet, finds himself staring straight at a loaded .375 Magnum, contemplating suicide." Although Huff tells the site Fansided that writing a book partly worked as a form of catharsis for him, he's also hoping that opening up about his own mental health will help remove some of the stigma around depression. And if I can stop just one guy from blowing his brains out, then I have done my job." Huff reveals his addiction to Adderall made him feel "invincible," and that once he stopped taking it, his depression and anxiety became overwhelming.