The Results Are In!

Of my fantasy baseball draft, that is. This year, our league finally decided to do a live draft, which is nice, since we got to control who we got instead of Yahoo! randomly picking players for you. (Last year, Yahoo! selected Miguel Olivo as my starting catcher. He was not even starting on his own team.)

The Roster of The Ozzies (Quite the team name, I know)

C
(Det – C,1B) 
1B
(Mil – 1B) 
2B
(Tex – 2B) 
3B
(TB – 3B) 
SS
(Tex – SS) 
OF
(Mil – OF) 
OF
(NYY – OF) 
OF
(NYY – OF) 
Util
(CWS – OF) 
Util
(Min – 1B,3B,OF) 
SP
(Sea – SP) 
SP
(Det – SP) 
RP
(SD – RP) 
RP
(CWS – RP) 
P
(Phi – SP) 
P
(SF – SP) 
P
(CWS – SP) 
BN
(Bal – 2B) 
BN
(Bal – OF) 
BN
(LAD – 1B) 
BN
(NYM – 1B) 
 
 
I’m pretty pleased. My bench is a bit weak, but I absolutely love my pitching staff. And of course, the White Sox are well represented, with Pierre, Thornton, and Danks making my roster. I wanted to get Gordon Beckham with my last pick, but my friend snatched him up with the pick before me. Oh well.
 
So of course, the start of fantasy baseball season signals the start of REAL. LIVE. BASEBALL. I am so excited I could honestly start jumping up and down right now. All in all, this weekend seems like it will be very exciting, sports-wise. Prime-time on Thursday, the Giants will take on the Dodgers, and my favorite non-White Sox player, Tim Lincecum will take the mound. Then Friday is Opening Day for the ChiSox, and while I will not be able to watch it live, just knowing that real baseball is taking place thrills me. Lastly, on Saturday, the NCAA tournament will continue with the Final Four games, and I love the Final Four almost as much as I love the World Series. I have notified all my friends that they cannot contact me from 6-11 on Saturday night, when I will watch the battle of the underdogs, VCU and Butler, and then cheer on my homestate UConn Huskies. Don’t get too many sports weekends better than this.
 
Oh yeah, this is my 20th entry! I know my entries have come only about once a week lately, but please keep reading. I appreciate all of your comments and am so happy to have made it to this milestone 🙂
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4 comments

  1. blithescribe

    Congrats on 20 entries! Blogging regularly is hard work, especially when you’re in school with a lot of extracurricular activities, I would imagine. If you keep blogging, I’m sure we’ll keep reading. 🙂
    Okay, your pitching staff is very good and your infield is sick. I don’t know what the rest of your league looks like, but the Ozzies look like winners to me.
    Kristen
    http://blithescribe.mlblogs.com/

  2. crzblue2

    I like Victor and I hope Loney does well for the Ozzies and the Dodgers! Nice team. Is the first time I don’t play Fantasy baseball in a while. Those icky boys did not invited me back. Just kidding boys if you are reading this.
    Emma
    http://crzblue.mlblogs.com

  3. chisoxfanpurdue

    Ouch, Longoria? Him being hurt must stink. It also must stink because he really is a White Sox killer. At least for the home opener, he will still be out so the White Sox skip him.

    Please keep blogging. They are a nice alternative to the other blogs I follow. I know how hard it is to get on and get blog posts done. I hope to continue mine. Yours is entertaining and I hope fulfilling for you.

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