Given that format, I might agonize about Gagne for a bit, but probably wind up looking for two bats unless one of the top pitchers slips considerably. Hard to predict what will happen in the draft, though. High-average hitters will certainly be at a premium, and I'd also try to gain an edge in the errors category, something that some drafters won't worry about. A DH or two could be a large plus.
I agree with Arlo's thought on Gange...that could be an intriguing pick with those Cats....but I think I would end up going with a power hitter...and a ace SP...but don't pass some one if they have fallen to far....
[b]Useless Trivia of the day[/b]
England's Worcester Canoe Club set the world record for paddling a hand-propelled bathtub. The 25 man team covered a distance of 55 miles, 425 yards in 24 hours on September 28 and 29, 1979.