The top seven are pretty easy to me for the guys I want anchoring my staff, basically in three tiers:
Roy Halladay (A step down because is he really going to strike out that many guys again?)
8, 9, and 10 are trickier. I guess Haren starts it off but honestly, who wants to draft a guy who is always terrible when you're fighting for a championship? It doesn't matter how great his overall numbers are, a guy can't be a SP1 if he's useless during fantasy playoffs every season. I'll list him at #8 based on overall production but never actually take him in a fantasy draft because even if I can deal him in June, I'm not playing with guys who live under a rock and don't know Haren's history so he'll get a poor return. I'd feel better off drafting James Shields a little later and I'll take him at 9. For 10, I'd go with Oswalt based on guys worth drafting there but I'd put Beckett on a top ten list, likely at #8, once we get closer to the 2009 season and we see how he's pitching in spring training.