Yea, no. I disagree with the #1 for Price in an AL only draft.
There are multiple reasons, so here they are:
1. Hitting is much more predicable. With Wieters, you would reasonably expect this:
70 Rs(if you count them)
and in the AL catching lot, that puts him in the Top 5 catchers as a rookie, which will be sooner rather than later(think September '08),full season in '09.
Wieters specifically has plus power, plus average, plus plus make-up, and is the future cornerstone of the Orioles franchise, which negates the -only worry about being traded.
On the other hand, Price was the best pitcher available(Porcello comes to mind as well) in last years draft. Now based on what have been other rookie starter success stories (Verlander, Buchholz, et al), having to face the Red Sox and Yankees 10/30 starts per year, I would classify a successful season for D. Price as this:
170 Ks(if you count them)
To me, there is no doubt how many SPs post those numbers, and if you think in an AL-only that those numbers are not easy to come by, well, just look at guys like:
they are single digit SPs in -only and wit hthe way Price is bound to be handled by TB, it has to mark down his star within the constraints of the rotisserie question you are asking.
That is why I vote Wieters 7 days a week and twice on Sunday