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2012 Draft Prep: Mixed League 5x5 auction

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After branching out for the American League and National League auctions, we kept our 5x5 mixed-league auction in house. So as you might expect, the 12 participants more or less went by the book.

No player went more than $11 over his (admittedly conservative) projected auction value, and the two who went most over -- Starlin Castro and Troy Tulowitzki -- just so happen to play the thinnest position in Fantasy. So if you came hoping to see a bunch of reaches, better luck next time. Nobody did anything to make anybody fall out of his chair.

Perhaps that's a good thing. After all, if this auction is meant to serve as an example to the masses, it should be as middle-of-the-road as possible. But the danger in an auction that follows the projected values so closely is it might give you a false sense of security. Not every auction -- particularly not every mixed-league auction -- has the highest player go for only $42. In leagues where everyone subscribes to the studs-and-duds approach, the first-round types might all go off the board in the $45-50 range, which will of course lead to dwindling dollars later in the auction, thereby creating value picks.

Even with this more conservative approach, a few bargains stand out. The winners of Andre Ethier and Melky Cabrera (both $5) benefited from the lack of money in circulation late in the auction, as did the winners of Ricky Romero ($10), Anibal Sanchez ($5) and Jeremy Hellickson ($4). Brian Wilson ($11) isn't really $6 better than Jose Valverde ($5) or $7 better than Joel Hanrahan ($4). And Billy Butler going for $7 after Eric Hosmer went for $23 is just wacky. Of course, Josh Hamilton at $12 stands out as well, but for a different reason. He was the first player nominated, when everyone was still rubbing the sleep out of their eyes.

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6. Adam Moore, Fantasy Writer
7. Al Melchior, Data Analyst
8. Kevin Goodwin, Fantasy Writer
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Editor's note: Utilize the sortable functionality to get a sense of the auction. View by team, dollar amount and position.

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2012 AL-only Fantasy Auction Draft (sortable)
OrderPlayerPosPriceBid Won by
1Josh Hamilton, TEXOF$12Scott White
2Matt Kemp, LADOF$34Al Melchior
3Albert Pujols, LAA1B$38Jeff Tobin
4Miguel Cabrera, DET1B$40Adam Moore
5Adrian Gonzalez, BOS1B$30Jeff Lippman
6Jose Bautista, TOROF$41Al Melchior
7Evan Longoria, TB3B$33Scott White
8Dustin Pedroia, BOS2B$33Scott White
9Troy Tulowitzki, COLSS$42Scott White
10Ryan Braun, MILOF$41Adam Aizer
11Roy Halladay, PHIP$35Adam Moore
12Carlos Santana, CLEC$27Dave Richard
13Joe Nathan, TEXP$8Ed Gauna
14Hunter Pence, PHIOF$19Jeff Lippman
15Justin Verlander, DETP$35Peter Madden
16Joey Votto, CIN1B$31Jamey Eisenberg
17Clayton Kershaw, LADP$33Jeff Lippman
18Jacoby Ellsbury, BOSOF$34Michael Hurcomb
19Felix Hernandez, SEAP$26Dave Richard
20Hanley Ramirez, MIASS$29Michael Hurcomb
21Brett Lawrie, TOR3B$23Scott White
22Prince Fielder, DET1B$33Kevin Goodwin
23Mike Napoli, TEXC$21Adam Aizer
24Curtis Granderson, NYYOF$32Jamey Eisenberg
25Craig Kimbrel, ATLP$20Jeff Tobin
26J.J. Hardy, BALSS$5Kevin Goodwin
27Robinson Cano, NYY2B$33Peter Madden
28CC Sabathia, NYYP$27Kevin Goodwin
29Rickie Weeks, MIL2B$13Kevin Goodwin
30Ian Kinsler, TEX2B$29Jeff Tobin
31Tim Lincecum, SFP$26Jeff Lippman
32Ivan Nova, NYYP$3Kevin Goodwin
33Dee Gordon, LADSS$11Adam Aizer
34Cliff Lee, PHIP$32Peter Madden
35Brian Matusz, BALP$3Adam Aizer
36Ben Zobrist, TB2B$22Al Melchior
37Jose Reyes, MIASS$28Dave Richard
38Brian McCann, ATLC$22Ed Gauna
39Justin Upton, ARIOF$28Jeff Tobin
40Jered Weaver, LAAP$26Adam Moore
41Asdrubal Cabrera, CLESS$15Peter Madden
42Kevin Youkilis, BOS3B$18Adam Moore
43Dan Uggla, ATL2B$17Adam Aizer
44J.P. Arencibia, TORC$12Adam Moore
45Desmond Jennings, TBOF$20Michael Hurcomb
46Starlin Castro, CHCSS$26Jeff Lippman
47Bryce Harper, WASOF$2Dave Richard
48Andrew McCutchen, PITOF$25Jeff Tobin
49Nick Markakis, BALOF$15Ed Gauna
50Lance Berkman, STLOF$16Ed Gauna
51Alex Avila, DETC$21Al Melchior
52Ryan Zimmerman, WAS3B$23Dave Richard
53Carlos Gonzalez, COLOF$35Michael Hurcomb
54Dustin Ackley, SEA2B$10Jeff Lippman
55Matt Wieters, BALC$17Ed Gauna
56Carlos Lee, HOUOF$3Kevin Goodwin
57Jesus Montero, SEAC$15Scott White
58Joe Mauer, MINC$18Jeff Tobin
59Matt Moore, TBP$17Jeff Tobin
60Mark Teixeira, NYY1B$29Dave Richard
61James Shields, TBP$22Ed Gauna
62Brett Myers, HOUP$2Scott White
63Cole Hamels, PHIP$25Dave Richard
64Ian Kennedy, ARIP$20Ed Gauna
65Matt Holliday, STLOF$21Adam Aizer
66Neil Walker, PIT2B$9Adam Moore
67Alex Rodriguez, NYY3B$17Adam Moore
68Mike Stanton, MIAOF$22Jeff Lippman
69Michael Bourn, ATLOF$20Scott White
70Eric Hosmer, KC1B$23Peter Madden
71Stephen Strasburg, WASP$20Jeff Lippman
72David Wright, NYM3B$29Ed Gauna
73Emilio Bonifacio, MIASS$16Jamey Eisenberg
74Marco Scutaro, COLSS$3Adam Aizer
75Mat Latos, CINP$18Al Melchior
76Michael Young, TEX3B$19Ed Gauna
77Buster Posey, SFC$15Peter Madden
78Zack Greinke, MILP$23Al Melchior
79Yovani Gallardo, MILP$22Jamey Eisenberg
80Jordan Walden, LAAP$7Kevin Goodwin
81Wilson Ramos, WASC$8Scott White
82Miguel Montero, ARIC$19Adam Aizer
83Chris Iannetta, LAAC$3Kevin Goodwin
84Adrian Beltre, TEX3B$22Adam Aizer
85Derek Jeter, NYYSS$9Jeff Tobin
86Nelson Cruz, TEXOF$17Adam Moore
87Pablo Sandoval, SF3B$18Ed Gauna
88David Price, TBP$22Jamey Eisenberg
89Mark Reynolds, BAL3B$10Jeff Tobin
90Kurt Suzuki, OAKC$7Adam Moore
91Chris Young, ARIOF$14Kevin Goodwin
92Michael Morse, WAS1B$21Adam Aizer
93Mariano Rivera, NYYP$13Adam Moore
94Russell Martin, NYYC$12Kevin Goodwin
95David Freese, STL3B$6Al Melchior
96B.J. Upton, TBOF$15Jamey Eisenberg
97Josh Johnson, MIAP$17Peter Madden
98Freddie Freeman, ATL1B$6Kevin Goodwin
99Michael Pineda, NYYP$16Jeff Tobin
100Jon Lester, BOSP$18Michael Hurcomb
101Aramis Ramirez, MIL3B$13Michael Hurcomb
102Yu Darvish, TEXP$16Jeff Lippman
103Alex Gordon, KCOF$16Scott White
104Josh Beckett, BOSP$14Al Melchior
105Jonathan Papelbon, PHIP$14Peter Madden
106Shane Victorino, PHIOF$21Al Melchior
107Jake Arrieta, BALP$1Jeff Lippman
108Yoenis Cespedes, OAKOF$3Jamey Eisenberg
109Gio Gonzalez, WASP$12Adam Aizer
110John Danks, CHWP$4Ed Gauna
111Brandon Beachy, ATLP$9Dave Richard
112Shin-Soo Choo, CLEOF$23Michael Hurcomb
113John Axford, MILP$15Al Melchior
114Ryan Howard, PHI1B$11Al Melchior
115Salvador Perez, KCC$4Jeff Lippman
116Chase Utley, PHI2B$12Dave Richard
117Ryan Roberts, ARI3B$9Kevin Goodwin
118Carl Crawford, BOSOF$14Jamey Eisenberg
119Devin Mesoraco, CINC$5Al Melchior
120Jay Bruce, CINOF$19Jamey Eisenberg
121Dan Haren, LAAP$22Kevin Goodwin
122Mike Minor, ATLP$5Jeff Tobin
123Matt Cain, SFP$17Michael Hurcomb
124Jordan Zimmermann, WASP$11Jeff Lippman
125Brandon Phillips, CIN2B$12Michael Hurcomb
126Ichiro Suzuki, SEAOF$13Jeff Tobin
127Elvis Andrus, TEXSS$13Adam Aizer
128Ubaldo Jimenez, CLEP$9Kevin Goodwin
129Andrew Bailey, BOSP$10Adam Moore
130Paul Konerko, CHW1B$12Scott White
131Lonnie Chisenhall, CLE3B$1Jeff Lippman
132Mike Moustakas, KC3B$4Jamey Eisenberg
133Adam Wainwright, STLP$15Ed Gauna
134Trevor Cahill, ARIP$6Al Melchior
135Corey Hart, MILOF$14Dave Richard
136Tommy Hanson, ATLP$11Ed Gauna
137Howard Kendrick, LAA2B$12Peter Madden
138Jemile Weeks, OAK2B$13Adam Moore
139Carlos Pena, TB1B$2Adam Aizer
140C.J. Wilson, LAAP$14Scott White
141Martin Prado, ATLOF$12Adam Moore
142Adam Jones, BALOF$11Dave Richard
143Jed Lowrie, HOUSS$2Dave Richard
144Madison Bumgarner, SFP$16Jamey Eisenberg
145Michael Cuddyer, COLOF$11Peter Madden
146Mark Buehrle, MIAP$5Adam Aizer
147David Ortiz, BOSDH$10Kevin Goodwin
148Drew Storen, WASP$10Jamey Eisenberg
149Brett Gardner, NYYOF$13Jamey Eisenberg
150Peter Bourjos, LAAOF$7Adam Moore
151Gaby Sanchez, MIA1B$3Peter Madden
152Ryan Madson, CINP$10Kevin Goodwin
153Matt Joyce, TBOF$8Dave Richard
154Daniel Hudson, ARIP$13Kevin Goodwin
155Ryan Doumit, MINC$4Peter Madden
156Kelly Johnson, TOR2B$8Jeff Lippman
157Heath Bell, MIAP$13Kevin Goodwin
158Henderson Alvarez, TORP$3Adam Moore
159Jayson Werth, WASOF$10Peter Madden
160Jimmy Rollins, PHISS$10Ed Gauna
161Yadier Molina, STLC$6Jeff Tobin
162Coco Crisp, OAKOF$8Peter Madden
163Mat Gamel, MIL3B$5Jamey Eisenberg
164Austin Jackson, DETOF$9Dave Richard
165Danny Espinosa, WAS2B$5Ed Gauna
166Aaron Hill, ARI2B$3Peter Madden
167Jonathan Lucroy, MILC$3Jeff Lippman
168Chris Carpenter, STLP$7Scott White
169Chris Perez, CLEP$3Adam Aizer
170Drew Stubbs, CINOF$9Dave Richard
171Jaime Garcia, STLP$5Jeff Tobin
172Ervin Santana, LAAP$10Dave Richard
173Sergio Santos, TORP$5Ed Gauna
174Clay Buchholz, BOSP$6Dave Richard
175Alexei Ramirez, CHWSS$3Al Melchior
176Matt Garza, CHCP$10Ed Gauna
177Carlos Beltran, STLOF$5Adam Aizer
178Jason Heyward, ATLOF$9Al Melchior
179Brandon Belt, SFOF$3Jeff Lippman
180Jarrod Saltalamacchia, BOSC$1Jamey Eisenberg
181Bruce Chen, KCP$2Adam Moore
182J.J. Putz, ARIP$6Adam Aizer
183Jhonny Peralta, DETSS$8Michael Hurcomb
184Billy Butler, KCDH$7Jeff Lippman
185Cory Luebke, SDP$5Scott White
186Yunel Escobar, TORSS$4Adam Moore
187Ricky Romero, TORP$10Michael Hurcomb
188Jose Valverde, DETP$5Dave Richard
189Carlos Marmol, CHCP$2Ed Gauna
190Jeff Francoeur, KCOF$7Kevin Goodwin
191Lorenzo Cain, KCOF$4Kevin Goodwin
192Derek Holland, TEXP$4Jamey Eisenberg
193Angel Pagan, SFOF$5Ed Gauna
194Jair Jurrjens, ATLP$3Jeff Tobin
195Lucas Duda, NYMOF$4Adam Aizer
196Anibal Sanchez, MIAP$5Jamey Eisenberg
197A.J. Pierzynski, CHWC$1Dave Richard
198Joel Hanrahan, PITP$4Adam Aizer
199Brian Wilson, SFP$11Michael Hurcomb
200Nick Swisher, NYYOF$3Kevin Goodwin
201Brandon League, SEAP$3Scott White
202Geovany Soto, CHCC$4Michael Hurcomb
203Jason Kubel, ARIOF$1Jeff Lippman
204Joakim Soria, KCP$6Peter Madden
205Yonder Alonso, SDOF$3Jeff Tobin
206Jeremy Hellickson, TBP$4Kevin Goodwin
207Chase Headley, SD3B$3Peter Madden
208Andre Ethier, LADOF$5Peter Madden
209Doug Fister, DETP$3Jamey Eisenberg
210Vernon Wells, LAAOF$3Adam Moore
211Jason Motte, STLP$6Jeff Lippman
212Erick Aybar, LAASS$11Kevin Goodwin
213Kyle Farnsworth, TBP$3Jeff Lippman
214Logan Morrison, MIAOF$6Michael Hurcomb
215Adam Lind, TOR1B$4Jeff Lippman
216Rafael Betancourt, COLP$4Michael Hurcomb
217Delmon Young, DETOF$5Peter Madden
218Brandon Morrow, TORP$4Adam Aizer
219Ike Davis, NYM1B$8Michael Hurcomb
220Wandy Rodriguez, HOUP$3Jamey Eisenberg
221Chad Billingsley, LADP$1Dave Richard
222Pedro Alvarez, PIT3B$1Adam Moore
223Cameron Maybin, SDOF$6Adam Aizer
224Matt Capps, MINP$4Jamey Eisenberg
225Neftali Feliz, TEXP$3Peter Madden
226Johnny Cueto, CINP$3Jeff Lippman
227Jason Kipnis, CLE2B$3Jamey Eisenberg
228Josh Willingham, MINOF$2Adam Moore
229Hiroki Kuroda, NYYP$2Scott White
230Paul Goldschmidt, ARI1B$3Jeff Tobin
231Jhoulys Chacin, COLP$1Michael Hurcomb
232Tim Stauffer, SDP$1Dave Richard
233Ricky Nolasco, MIAP$1Adam Moore
234Daniel Murphy, NYM1B$4Jamey Eisenberg
235Tim Hudson, ATLP$2Jeff Tobin
236Justin Masterson, CLEP$3Adam Aizer
237Mike Trout, LAAOF$3Jeff Lippman
238John Buck, MIAC$1Jamey Eisenberg
239Torii Hunter, LAAOF$2Ed Gauna
240Shaun Marcum, MILP$4Adam Aizer
241Bud Norris, HOUP$1Jeff Tobin
242Frank Francisco, NYMP$1Michael Hurcomb
243Chris Sale, CHWP$1Dave Richard
244Gavin Floyd, CHWP$1Adam Moore
245Jonathon Niese, NYMP$1Al Melchior
246Francisco Liriano, MINP$1Scott White
247Jeff Niemann, TBP$1Peter Madden
248Alex Rios, CHWOF$2Ed Gauna
249Dayan Viciedo, CHWOF$1Jeff Tobin
250Ryan Dempster, CHCP$1Michael Hurcomb
251Justin Morneau, MIN1B$2Michael Hurcomb
252Max Scherzer, DETP$6Adam Moore
253Brandon McCarthy, OAKP$2Jeff Tobin
254Melky Cabrera, SFOF$5Scott White
255Huston Street, SDP$3Al Melchior
256Omar Infante, MIA2B$1Ed Gauna
257Ryan Raburn, DETOF$1Jeff Tobin
258Brennan Boesch, DETOF$2Jeff Tobin
259Justin Smoak, SEA1B$1Dave Richard
260Alejandro De Aza, CHWOF$1Al Melchior
261Colby Lewis, TEXP$2Scott White
262Jim Johnson, BALP$1Peter Madden
263Ben Revere, MINOF$2Ed Gauna
264Nick Hundley, SDC$1Michael Hurcomb
265Alcides Escobar, KCSS$1Al Melchior
266Jose Tabata, PITOF$1Scott White
267Matt Thornton, CHWP$1Peter Madden
268Javy Guerra, LADP$1Michael Hurcomb
269Vance Worley, PHIP$1Al Melchior
270Kenley Jansen, LADP$2Al Melchior
271Dexter Fowler, COLOF$2Scott White
272Alex Presley, PITOF$1Al Melchior
273Gordon Beckham, CHW2B$1Scott White
274Adam Dunn, CHW1B$1Michael Hurcomb
275Edwin Encarnacion, TOR3B$1Al Melchior
276Addison Reed, CHWP$1Scott White

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