Ack! Jeffrey Hammonds. Not worthy of drafting unless you play in a very large NL-only league, like with 50 teams.
If you throw out his Coors Field-Enhanced career year (2000--.335 BA), he's had a .256 batting average over 2002 at-bats. Don't put much stock in 94 at-bats from last season in which he hit .277.
Roger Angell: I was talking with Bob Gibson and I said: 'Are you always this competitive?' He said: 'Oh, I think so. I got a three-year old daughter, and I've played about 500 games of tic-tac-toe with her and she hasn't beat me yet.'