One needs to know how many players are active in the starting lineup as far as hitters and pitchers. Also need to know the setup (number of catchers, MI/CI, utility, SP's, RP's, etc.). There was a mock auction (has its separate forum) earlier where a lot of the stud players were brought up early in the bidding, and their prices were inflated. There were more teams (16 v 12) but less money ($260 v 300) so the prices of the auction versus your league would be somewhat similar. The starting lineup was 14 hitters and 9 pitchers, so you'd have to mentally adjust prices depending on your league's starting lineup number.
Hanley, if my memory is correct, was $45. He was brought up early so he probably really should go for around $40. Other early first rounders (Reyes, Pujols, A-Rod) went for around 40-42 early in the bidding, so they would probably be worth in the late $30's.
I can't remember anything else. It was a blur.