My advice is, feel free to take a sure-fire pitcher such as Prior or Schilling early on if the time is right but don't reach for a Mussina or a Kevin Brown early on over a big time slugger. There are a few pitchers who are pretty safe, but let a pitcher pass by if he's not a MUST at your pick.
An example of what I mean: I'd take a big time hitter over Pedro because even with his upside, Pedro is a potentially unfortunate pick later on due to his chronic injuries and being just 160 pounds.
[quote:4fef447375="Geek"]The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.[/quote]
BTW my league is H2H. Cats are R, H, HR, RBI, SB, AVG, OPS, W, CG, SV, ER, K, TBA, ERA, WHIP.
Under this scoring system I would be very tempted to take Pedro if he falls any further than 3rd or 4th. Since there are more Pitching categories it seems like the best pitching staff would win. However, I guess I'm a little paranoid from taking Randy Johnson last year with the 2nd overall pick and getting burned badly. Last year's league was 6 x 6 and those with the best bats did best overall.