real solid except for your bench. Except for Drew, too many prospects who ain't done jack. Some may pay off, but most of the time, they don't (or at least don't until you get sick of them and drop them).... I usually use my bench for platoon guys, particularly lefty hitters who rake righties. Look at guys like Javier Valentin, he's a catcher who platoons but he really clobbered righties... Even and old guy like Lofton. He's strictly platoon, but he had a real high avg and steal #s against righties.
It means you have to monitor your roster more to look for the good matchups, but you can really improve your #s a lot when you've got good specialized bench players who excel in certain matchups. Keep an eye on Freel, for injuries and playing time. Barfield may be good, but I suspect he'll have an adjustment period (2 weeks, 2 months, 2 years, who knows?), and playing at Petco, he's never going to bang a lot.
I'd keep ane eye on Mark Ellis if your 2b guys don't produce. I've got a good feeling about that guy. Could be this year's sleeper.
this team definitely looks very solid. i'd definitely say that your weakest spot is catcher, but then again that's the weakest position so it's not all that big of a deal in the grand scale of things. you might could use a litter more power, but that might be nitpicking. your pitching is very solid for a 12 team.