5X5 roto right? They are both very good teams, team A has some boom or bust picks that could make them better than team B, and you need boom or bust picks to win if you ask me. I think the speed is pretty even between the 2 of them, they did a solid job with that, Team A will win in the categories runs HR's and RBI's, but team B will probably win in batting average.
As for pitching, when you first look at it it seems like Team B has much better pitching, but lets break this down shall we? Andy Pettitte was the 5th best starting pitcher last year, which means he put up better stats than any other starter up there last year, it was also his first full season in the NL, coincidence? I think not. John Patterson was tremendous last year, he is not just a product of RFK because he was pretty much had even stats home and away, but I would rather have Peavy and Schmidt. Oliver Perez can be just as good as Jose Contreras this year if not better, I am a firm believer that last season was a fluke for Perez and he will rebound huge this year. I would rather have Javier Vazquez than Chris Young, I think he is a better pitcher and has a better track record. Brad Penny would be taken a lot higher if he had more offensive support (7 wins last year
), so I think Penny is a much safer bet than Kazmir, NOT TO MENTION team A still has Kerry Wood for tremendous upside. I would call relief pitching a wash. So as for the pitching statistics, Wins are very unpredictable so I wont get into that, But it looks like Team B should get more wins according to last years stats, ERA goes to team B, WHIP is even, saves should be close as well, K's will definately go to Team A.
Both are very good teams, but Team A is more my style I think, the bench as a ton of upside and a lot of players that could breakout/rebound. Both should finish toward the top of their leagues though.