Like someone said in my thread, Sandoval is a risk. He doesn't have the power of last years cheap catcher turned star, Soto. But if he gets playing time he has the pedigree, plus he could play a lot at first and third which is less strenuous while keeping that nice catcher eligibility. He doesn't seem like a home run guy but then again he's really young.
You know what you're getting with Morneau - top 10 production in 4 categories. The batting average is even better than on most comparable 1Bs. Roberts isn't elite, but has solid AVG, runs, and great SB - just outside the top 5. Longoria is fantastic 5 cat player; 3rd best at 3rd. Rollins may be overrated, but is in top 3-4 with decent stats and loves to run. Ludwick and Dunn are upper-middle tier and will give you RBIs, power, and OBP. Cruz is a risky choice as a starter, though, hard to tell what you'll get with him. Could be this years Ludwick though. Votto has enough upside to break the Top 10 1st basemen, and the other bench players have upside which is good.
Pitching is a mixed bag outside of obviously gifted Lincecum. Lester is a very good option. Wainwright is a risk because his innings have been cut back in recent years. Bedard is very overrated, he is a mid-tier pitcher. Saunders may not be good enough for a 12 team mixed, in my view. Duchscherer and Cueto are intriguing, if Duch can recover and Cueto matures. Still the two are lower-middle tier.
You do need more closers. I have a weird fetish of never going out of the way to get saves, but if you can market one of your starting pitchers for a nice stable closer then do it. Maybe Bradley has some value in that endeavor as well (though I like him slightly over Cruz).