Prior,Wood,Millwood,Schmdt,Randy Johnson,Willis,Wagner,Gagne, and either Hampton or Smoltz (should be a no brainer but the guy still isn't sure)
My league uses H,R,RBI,HR,SB,and K(a negative one) for hitters
Wins,Saves,Holds,ERA,K,and BB for pitchers.
I used my league settings to get projections from two sources.
Source B (conservative on stats) came out in this order for the next best (about three rounds)
Seven RPs ahead of Derek Lee. Then
Derek Lee, Oswalt,MarcusGiles,Encarnacion,A.Ramirez,Rollins,Hidalgo,Matsui,Kendall,Morris,Beltre,Klesko,Alou,Cameron,CarlEverett,NicK Johnson,Polanco,LarryWalker,MiguelCabrea,Payton,Batista,Alomar,JoseReyes,Burnitz,T.Redman,Jenkins,Burrell,Biggio,Drew,Patterson,Floyd
Source F (very liberal with projected stats) came out
The second one took players that the first one had placed FAR down the list and placed them much higher, including
Cintron from 65th to 3rd,Ensberg from 60th to 4th,Nevin from 75th to 5th,,Drew from 30th to 7th,Valverde from nowhere to 9th,Piazza,Caseyfrom 40th to 18th,Everett(SS)Beckett, and Petittefrom 75th to 31.
The second one also took players from my first list and dropped them much LOWER, including
Encarnacion to 58th,Kendall to 59th,M.Cabrera to 55th,Morris to 50th,Jose Reyes to 48th,Polanco to 47th,Klesko to 40th. This does not even include the placement of the first seven RPs.
How would you reconcile these differences? Which players deserve to be in the first 12? 24? 36?