yeah, you have a nice solid offense... the infield doesnt blow me away, with iguchi technically being an unknown (.280/15/65/15? thats my guress)... tho ortiz at 1st is a ncie touch. many people seem to think dallas macpherson is a bust-in-waiting, wiht an astonishingly high K rate that seems to keep growing... but others think he's got a 25+ HR pedigree. he's another big ?
the outfield is quote solid and will serve you well.
i like your starting pitching depth, while rihgt now i look at it and think it'll be good, if not great, the potential for upside to greatness is there, so thats right where you wanna be as the season starts: if you're not great, you at least want to be good and know that it wouldnt exactly be the upset of the century if your pitching staff evolved into being one of the best.
by and large, i'd stick with what you have and try to broker moves as the season progresses... you dont necessarily need the #1 sh*tkicker team coming out of the gate, but i think you have enough depth, espeically at SP, to wing trades as the season goes on.
you might need to replace iguchi and.or macpherson too, but your OF and 1B should cover the power if those two start schlepping.
all in all, i'd tweak the team out here and there, but i'd be comfortable going into the beginning of trhe season with that. if the offer you can't refuse shows up, or if you can perform the golden fleece on somebody (say, macpherson plus a SP and then maybe another RP for aramis ramirez, for example) then go with it.
but dont sweat any major facelifts at this juncture, your team is solid and should proviide a solid foundation for you to build a competitive team that will be in the pennant hunt come august and september.
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