Your team looks exceptionally well built. Everything looks terrific. I would probably change around some of your bottom starters...maybe take a flyer on O. Perez or K. Escobar, but really....there isn't anything wrong with this team. You have power, speed, versatility, and top end relief/starting pitching.
I think you have room to carry a couple of high risk/high reward players with your lineup and could look to add them through Casey or Suppan...I'm just not a fan of Suppan. Mediocre peripherals with low K totals....
I think your team looks really good soild hitting and pitching with plenty of upside I would not be disappointed at all after that draft u can always find a gem or two on the wavier wire if u want to upgrade your pitching during the season
I think you're doing fine with regards to power. Your only true power hitters are ARod and Helton, but the rest of your team looks like it gives you an average of 20HR, so you should be fine in the end. However, I hate your rotation. Try to swing a deal for a nice SP, or drop one of your bench hitters for the best guy available.
What do you think about my idea of waiting till the season starts and hoping some dude needs a CP badly, then making a killing off of trading one of my 4 CP. That's the plan anyway. Want to get a good starter for a CP after maybe 1 or 2 weeks into the season.
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i don't think you should wait too long for the closer trade b/c what i have found in roto leagues is that sometimes people get behind and then give up in one category opting instead to focus on all the others - if you want to try to take advantage of a team needing saves you should keep a close eye on your timing. Otherwise i really like the team you put together just see if you can work that deal to improve your pitching - after all pitching is half the stat categories.