High Fives: Wish lists

Yahoo! Sports' trio of fantasy experts will each offer up, on a regular basis, a look at their top five lists dealing with a variety of topics.

This week's topics: Hot starts, hot commodities, historical wish lists and must-see female athletes.


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig


Brandon
Funston


Mike
Harmon


Matt
Romig

5 players off to hot starts that you aren't buying into

5 players that currently top your list of players to trade for

5 baseball players that you wish you could have seen perform live

5 musicians (or bands) that you wish you could have seen perform live

5 females in sports that you would pay to see

Reader response to last week's High Fives
Alright, everyone stop giving them grief about high fives. They're doing it for fun, come on. I have a comment, not a whine. Mike, why is Roger Clemens the first person you would start a team with? He's about to retire! But anyway, keep it up guys, you keep me interested. – Zack, Wethersfield, CT

Harmon response: Whether I'd get him for a year or he chose to extend his career to Nolan Ryan territory, I'd love to have that kind of influence on the rest of my squad. Whether you like him or not, Clemens' heart, tenacity and dominance cannot be denied. And that kind of influence on the youngsters is always a good thing. For as long as I'd have him on the squad, I'd have a stopper who wins in the neighborhood of 17-20 games and an extra pitching coach on staff.

I love your guys coverage of fantasy sports. A great non- fiction sports book that you guys overlooked or should check out is "Loose Balls," which is a book about the ABA basketball league. That book is a hilarious great read and should not be confused with Jayson Williams biography by the same title. – Jeb, Orfordville, WI

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