round 1. v guerrero ,of ana (safe and solid pick assuming you didn't take him over A-Rod or Pujols)
round 2. l berkman 1b,of hou (What were you thinking? this was probably the worst pick of your draft)
round 3. b colon sp ana (I can think of several SPs worth taking in the 3rd round, Fat Bart isn't one of them)
round 4 h blalock 3b tex (nice rebound, a decent pick, especially if he can forget last year and improve on his 2004 numbers)
round 5 c beltran of nym (Yahtzee! Great value in the fifth round.)
round 6 j schmidt sp sf (High Risk/High Reward, I'm hoping to get him in the 8th round of my 12 teamer)
round 7 a pierzynski c chi (You could've gotten stats comparable to what he'll give you in round 20)
round 8 t hoffman rp sd (Hoffman in the eigth? Another solid choice)
round 9 m loretta 2b bos (not bad, not bad)
round 10 t hudson sp atl (Good pick if he can remember at all how good he was in Oakland, I think he will)
round 11 m mulder sp stl (see above)
round 21 b wilkerson tex , of (Another great pick! He shouldn't have been there for you)
All in all, I think you had a decent draft.
1B L. Berkman
2B M. Loretta
3B H. Blaylock
SS A. Berrora
OF V. Guerrero
OF C. Beltran
OF M. Alou
UTIL B. Wilkerson
You have above average corner infielders, that's good. You a very good OF. However, your 2B and C are below average and your SS is horrible for a 12 teamer.
Hitting grade(1-50) 37
SP B. Colon
SP J. Schmidt
SP T. Hudson
SP M. Mulder
SP D. Lowe
SP S. Chacon
RP T. Hoffman
RP K. Foulke
Colon as your ace is suspect but not horrible. Schmidt's going to be either a stud or a dud, and makes for a decent #2. I think that Hudson and Mulder will prove to be pretty good 3-4s, and your closers aren't bad at all. Not that the 5-6 SP are that important but I think that yours are pretty bad.
I think you reached horribly on Colon, Pierzinski, and Loretta. Loretta in '05 was going in the 7th, and that was coming off his best season, before the injuries. Those picks are BAD. I don't particularly like the Blalock pick either, though that one has a chance of paying off.
Erstad and Berroa don't belong on anyone's fantasy team in twelve-team. Alou is a funny one, I feel you could have got him a couple of rounds later, but I'm pretty confident he can give you value.
On the other hand, I don't think Berkman towards the end of the second is a particularly bad pick. Beltran in the fifth is a very good one, and Hoffman in the eight is not great, but certainly good. Hudson/Mulder are a decent mid-rotation pair for where you got them. Huddy may turn out to be a steal.
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