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Repeat Offenders

I'm in five 12-team mixed leagues this year.  Here's a look at the players I drafted in more than one of them:

4 Leagues

  • Mike Napoli - I'd feel better if Napoli had a more firm grip on most of the playing time behind the plate.  Or if the Angels are able to free up the DH spot.  Of course, Napoli's shoulder is healing.  I'd like to think Napoli's debut last night with a double and a walk will buy him some extra playing time.

3 Leagues

  • Huston Street - Drafted before he officially won the Rockies' closing job on April 2nd.
  • Jayson Werth
  • Randy Johnson - He just always seemed to be available when I wanted a starter with a nice strikeout rate.  One bad pitch to Yovani Gallardo ruined last night's 7K, 1BB gem.
  • Ted Lilly - Another guy I picked up for cheap Ks.  Rough season debut for Lilly...hopefully he just lost his focus because the Cubs had a big lead.  Lou Piniella did him a favor, letting him go five innings to make sure he got the win.

2 Leagues

  • Bobby Abreu
  • Brett Myers
  • Brian Roberts
  • Carlos Villanueva
  • Chipper Jones
  • Chris Snyder
  • Chris Young
  • Conor Jackson
  • Derrek Lee
  • Hideki Matsui
  • James Shields
  • Javier Vazquez - Braves' bullpen already cost him a win.
  • Jermaine Dye
  • Johnny Cueto
  • Kelly Johnson
  • Kenshin Kawakami
  • Matt Cain
  • Nelson Cruz - Wish I'd gone the extra dollar in the other three leagues, with his 2 HR game last night.
  • Rafael Furcal
  • Rickie Weeks
  • Roy Halladay - I am not one to draft pitching early, but Halladay happened to be the best available choice a couple of times.
  • Russell Martin
  • Ryan Spilborghs
  • Scott Downs
  • Todd Helton
  • Troy Percival

I noticed that three teams aren't represented at all on my fantasy teams: the Red Sox, Indians, and Twins.  I guess those clubs just weren't bringing the fantasy bargains.  Also, I don't own Chris Davis in any league.  He always went too early for me.

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