My biggest problem with the Berroa option is that he is not that much better statistically right now than Jimmy Rollins (yeah I know, he blows in fantasy)...
The numbers though:
.288 17/73 92 R 21 SB
.263 8/62 85 R 20 SB
Rollins is the last or next to last starting SS likely to go in a 12 team mixed-league draft, which means he is late round trash. Berroa certainly could improve on his numbers, but he could also have a sophomore tailoff to a certain degree or stay the same. However it breaks for Berroa, from a draft strategy point of view I rather take Sweeney off the board right now and live with either Berroa a lot later or Rollins towards the end rounds of the draft.
As the 11th or 12 ranked SS in a 12 team mixed league, he pretty much is for fantasy purposes. Depending on whether you like Guzman better or no, he likely goes in the mid 130-160 overall range. He would go a lot lower if it were not for Guzman.
I'd take castillio and then a closer if it was me. Looking at your roster, you have some good power, but not much speed. I think castillio gives you a balanced team and a position thats difficult to fill
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Sweeney I would take here because he has the potential to put up the best numbers of that group. But he is not exactly a safe pick. IF were injured all the time, he wouldn't be around still in that draft