Leading up to fantasy baseball drafts, owners circle a few players they desperately want and some they will vehemently run away from.
Every drafter has a couple guys that he or she is dying to get. When the draft turns back to you and he's still on the board, you will breath a sigh of relief and jump a bit early to secure him. When you wait too long, you'll pound the table in disgust and curse out whoever stole your selection.
Many of the players to target often in 2013 soared to the finish line last season and are in line to carry over that momentum. Adam Wainwright and Ike Davis should benefit from a full healthy season, while Sergio Romo will finally get his chance to shine.
Leading the charge for players to avoid are mostly players coming off a career season. Sure, Edwin Encarnacion and Jim Johnson saved your team in 2012, but do you really trust them to do it again in 2013 with a top pick at stake?
Here are five players to snag in 2013 drafts and five not worth your time.