I think it's a lot closer than the first two posters are making it out to be. Team B clearly has the power/RBI advantage over Team A. I'll venture to say Team B also has the BA advantage. Yes, Team A obviously has more speed, but I'm sure that will be a focal point for Team B going into the draft, especially with his Middle Infileld positions still to be filled.
Pitching is where I see the larger gap. While CC, Webb, Haren and Papelbon are incredible pitchers, Santana, Lincecum, Peavy and Gallardo are much better. It'll be next to impossible for Team B to match Team A's pitching. But let's break it down again. ERA, WHIP, and K's should go in Team A's favor, but I give the early advantage to Team B in Wins and SVs.
So let's take a look at the final tally...I have Team A winning Runs, SBs, ERA, WHIP and Ks. And I have Team B winning HRs, RBI, Avg., Wins and Saves. With WHIP, Avg. and Wins currently being very close.
Guess what, we have a tie, 5-5. It's going to come down to whoever drafts better or whoever makes the big move to win one of those swing categories. Obviously the first two posters really didn't break it down well enough.
Good luck this year!