I hate to have such a close split between hitters/pitchers (usually prefer about 3/4's hitters because of the volatility/inherent injury risk of pitchers). That said, Lincecum/Sabathia/Verlander/Gallardo are all studs and have the skills to post 200+ K's with awesome ratios
Nice foundation for power and speed with the boppers. I'd probably look to move Berkman (though not give him away by any stretch) after the season starts.
I imagine Beltran has more value to hold onto then to deal, so that's what I'd do with him as well.
Overall I love your keepers and your mix of talents on offense. Good luck.
Holy Cow I had to take a second look at that trade. You must have improved the other owners team immensely. . Edit: I did not read your post closely enough. Considering this is a H2H league I would keep Gallardo over Broxton all day every day
I gave a tiny bit of thought to Broxton, but your starters quickly made that thinking evaporate. My thinking is that in a H-2-H 5x5 league you can draft a group of closers to be middle of the pack early on and then troll the free agents and be active and fill in as the season goes along. While Broxton's ratios are nice (and K's) they come in so many fewer innings then the awesome ratios/k's of Sabathia/Verlander/Gallardo that you just have to toss him back IMO. You'll end up in about the same position in ratios keeping one of them over Broxton (and on a larger volume) and clobbering him in wins/k's over the course of the season while you'll only be losing out in saves.
You could give thought to keeping him over a batter, but thinking about it like this, would you do a 1 for 1 with Broxton for any of your bats? I wouldn't, even off an injury marred campaign for Beltran I think he'll be fine and he appears to be your hitting weakest link.