I will take a different stance and suggest Pujols with the second pick. Cumulative stats like Steals can be had later in the draft, but it's hard to make up batting average, and Pujols hit 70 percentage points higher than Soriano. And I see Soriano swinging for the fences this year which may equal greater HR but lesser avg. and steal totals. And as a Yankee fan, I saw what happened to him when he starts swinging for the fences in 2002 when he was shooting for 40/40. He was a mess at the plate. Take Pujols in round 1 and either Boone, Kent, or Giles a little later.