Your middle infield is solid, but I think your OF and SP leaves a bit to be desired. Halladay is a good #1, and Carpenter might be a steal, but I am suprised that in a 10 team league you were not able to get better depth at SP and / or RP than Lilly, Devine, Bell, Fuentes.
Lincecum-No one is better Doc Halladay-#1 guy Josh Beckett-Which Beckett do you get? E.Santana-Young arm that threw alot of innings last season, IF healthy he is a very good one. T.Lilly-17 wins last year not bad at all. He'll throw inning and he'll stike out guys. C.Carpenter-You got him at a spot where he can't hurt you. You'll just have to wait and see.
If Beckett and Santana work out for you you're in good shape. You have a ton of K's.
C-C.Ianetta 1B A. Pujols 2B D. Pedroia SS M. Tejada 3B C. Jones LF C. Quentin CF C. Granderson RF J. Elsbury Bench-ARod, C.Delgado, H.Pence, A. Jones, M.Derosa, A. Ethier, J.Mauer.
thanks for the help w/ mine. i think your infield, especially up the middle, is sick. i would tend to lean on the side of "strong" in terms of pitching. OF leaves a bit to be desired for me, but it won't hinder you (you can't be STACKED everywhere now, can you?). RP might be where you will need a little help, but that's nothing that you can't fix by keeping your eye on the ww. good luck this year!
great team overall...definitely your OF is weakest point but I have done very good in leagues without a strong OF...I'm sure that can be filled up during the season...besides with your depth at SP, you can trade one or two of them to net a stud OF (beckett, Santana)....gl