Fantasy Baseball 2012: Most Consistent Lowest Risk Players in First 5 Rounds

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Fantasy Baseball 2012: Most Consistent Lowest Risk Players in First 5 Rounds
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One of the biggest challenges in fantasy baseball is balancing potential, consistency and risk throughout the draft. I have previously gone over the most high risk high reward players for 2012 fantasy baseball—if you overload on high risk players you could have your best team ever, but you're more likely to have your worst.

On the other hand, if you don't take risks and draft consistency, you might find your team lacking the firepower to rise to the very top.  

Mixing high risk high reward players with players who have a track record of consistency gives you the best chance of putting together a team with a solid foundation, and a team with players who could outplay their draft position and lead you to a championship.

The following is a compilation of the most consistent players going in each round. I have assumed a standard 5x5, 12-team mixed league, and the draft order is according to the current average draft positions compiled by KFFL.

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