IPL 2017: Players in the auction list who have played for most number of teams
- The IPL 2017 auctions will see a total of 351 players in the fray to gain a spot in one of the eight IPL teams.
Abhishek Nayar (4)
Once an integral part of the Mumbai Indians franchise, Nayar is an IPL veteran who was snapped up by the Kings XI Punjab in the 2011 auctions. The bits and pieces cricketer could never live up to the hype, failing to manage a single 50+ score across seven seasons. He went for big money to the Pune Warriors India in 2013, and was swooped up by Rajasthan Royals in the very next edition.
Teams played: Mumbai Indians, Kings XI Punjab, Pune Warriors India and Rajasthan Royals.
Ross Taylor (4)
The hard-hitting batsman from New Zealand was a bumper hit with the Royal Challengers, especially because of his lethal leg side play that saw multiple deliveries sail over the stands.
Despite a poor tour of India, Taylor can really turn the tables around with his strokeplay: a talent that saw him play for four IPL sides, the last of which was Delhi Daredevils. In 55 games, he has to his credit over a 1000 runs, including three fifties.
Teams played: Royal Challengers Bangalore, Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Daredevils, Pune Warriors India, Delhi DaredevilsPublished 14 Feb 2017, 19:48 IST