I don't take pitchers the first two rounds because I play my pitchers very conservatively. I pitch only good matchups, so sometimes I'll only pitch my best pitchers every other start or so. If that's the way it is with Santana, for instance (i.e., I wouldn't start him v. NYY), that's a big value dump for me when I could have Utley going every day, or even Dye going every day. I'd rather grab a Halladay or Kazmir or the like a bit later on. My first two picks are always for guys I get everyday value out of.
But, to bring this thread a bit more back on track -- though I think the batters in the draft will be quite unpredictable next season, I think pitchers should fall in line pretty predictably.