Some All-Stars unowned in many leagues
A year ago as baseball was nearing its All-Star break, I recall blogging about then-Atlanta Braves utilityman Omar Infante, an odd choice for selection but certainly a useful fantasy option. Infante wasn't 100 percent owned in ESPN standard (10-team) leagues at the time, or close to it, but he ended up becoming more popular, thanks to his versatility and .321 batting average.
While the book isn't quite closed on who will be heading to this year's Midsummer Classic in Arizona (there remains some voting for the last spot in each league, and there will be the typical injury replacements and such), let's take a look at the current roster of All-Stars still available in standard leagues. As usual, there aren't many.
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