I am going to disagree with the first two responses. I think it is B,A,C
I really like team B, if the pitching stays healthy it will be by far the best team. The lineup is full of young players who are ready to explode, 20/20 (or better) seasons from wright, sizemore, baldelli, and young are quite possible. Add in 35/10 from Holliday and 100 rbis from young and I think this can be a great team.
If only one from the group of kendrick, kinsler, and gordon put up great numbers I will be surprised.
All in all, I think while it has a significant injury risk team B has the greatest potential here.
One last thing. Who would possibly draft Jeff Weaver?!?!?
Team A has a great offense, and three decent starters with some question marks. In a H2H, these question marks may cost him the week (Garland, Lee, Sanchez). But overall a well-balanced squad.
I like team B a lot. Great outfield, and the potential for a great pitching staff. If Sheets/Harden stay healthy, this team could win (Prior is unhealthy until proven otherwise). An upgrade in RP is all it needs.
Team C = anemic offense. Trying to weigh down a weekly ERA with RP's isnt going to win in the end when your best offense is carried by Fielder and Jeter.