I think that team will struggle. There are too many steals -- you should run away with that cat -- but there's not a ton of power there. Mauer and Crawford won't hit many out, and VMart is (if he returns to form) excellent for a catcher, but as a 1b he's just mediocre (and assuming Mauer gets healthy, that and util are the only spots left for him). Mauer's a big plus in avg, but he's counterweighted by Encarnacion, and the rest of your guys are just so-so in that cat. Your starters are pretty weak. Burnett is always a health risk, I like Nolasco, but after that there's a lot of risk and marginal play. Your relievers should be very solid.
Overall, I don't like the team much. Too much emphasis on steals, not much balance in the lineup, no depth at sp. At some point in the season, I'd look to trade steals to shore up other cats where you may be weak. If Mauer and VMart both start the year fairly well, I'd look to trade VMart for an upgrade somewhere. And keep a close watch on starting pitchers that come available on the wire. (No offense intended -- just trying to be honest.)
Edit: The other thing to think about, if your starters do struggle, is using a couple shut-down middle relievers. If you pick them right (or lucky), two dominant middle relievers can give you 150+ ip, with a great strikeout rate, great rate stats, and about 10 wins. It's not a bad way to sort of 'create' a starter, and even dominant middle relievers are often left on the wire a long time.