I'm in three:
First, I'm in the keeper league I've been in since 2000. My first league, and the home of my first (and only) championship.
Second, I'm going to play that new http://www.gamedayritual.com
place that was posted in this forum a few days ago. It sounds kind of easy to run as a good backup league. I don't think I'll have to micromanage with the nifty little backup system it has. I don't care too much for the scoring system (I hate when saves are a valuable as wins), but I can deal with it as I will be treating it as a casual league.
Third, I'm commishing my own league that will be new this year. It's basically all of the best parts of all of the leagues I've ever played in. The difference is that I have a good
scoring system for a points league.
I figure one serious, one casual, and one commish is enough for me. Besides, that will cost me something like $70 or $80. I don't need to spend more than that on fantasy
baseball when I play real