I don't like the pick of Jonathan Sanchez though. The Cubs are a bit banged up, but they're still an avoid team for spot starters.
I would have been a little tempted by Aaron Cook, @ SD and then FLA. Also Sean Marshall, riding the hawt hand.
Doug Davis would have been an interesting pick, apparently he "thinks about his contract situation every day" - more motivated?.http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2009/05/doug-davis-a-midseason-trade-candidate.html
I guess the big difference for me is that while I do see Davis and Marshall as "spot starters", I see Sanchez as a guy who should mostly be owned. While typically I would agree with you about avoiding the Cubs, Lee has been terrible, ARam isn't playing, they're pretty free-swinging, and they've been absolutely atrocious vs. lefties (I mean, almost as bad as Oakland
). I think Sanchez is the best of the rest so to speak. I like Marshall too and he has been good, but the Brewers are scary if a lefty is on the hill. And I agree that Davis is interesting, I just have the feeling that a 9 ER game is coming from him any time...
Anyway, thanks for the feedback.