Wow, you sure do like to gamble dont ya? I'll lay it to you straight (as i see it)
You're banking on a LOT of guys having bounceback years (almost your entire offense save Miggy (stud) and Hill, but you're hoping he REPEATS a CAREER year, or comes anywhere NEAR it.
I can almost promise you that you're gunna be pulling your hair out for at LEAST the first month of the season wondering why you drafted these guys but this type of team with these type of players you have to have a LITTLE bit of patience. But after a month or so and these guys arent performing then it's time to trade/jump ship.
I happen to be in the school that D Wright, Sizemore and Soto are all big time bounceback candidates so give those guys some extra breathing room. But oldies and goodies like Hunter, Wells, Aramis, Furcal, O Cabrera... these guys are all tailin and their ceilings are what they are, just a bit above avg.
If everyone stays healthy (big ?) and everyone plays to their level then you've got a fairly balanced team, altough i tend to like the more power friendly guys but thats me. Speed looks good and avg, runs, rbi look ok too... just keep a close eye and dont be afraid to shake things up quickly (aside from the 3 mentioned first).
Pitching, well...I really like Garza/Hudson here and am nervous about guys like Vasquez (back in the AL) Lackey (even as a Sox fan) and Peavy. A lot of "Name recognition" players on your team but their names are recognized for a reason.
I just hope for your sake that they continue to be recognizeable. If not, try to trade their "names" to people in your league for the guys with the numbers..
Thats the best advice i can give ya. Good luck (and if you decide not to punt saves 0 which i woudlnt reccommend especially because you havent locked down ANY other stats) then you can drop guys like a Marcum or Bergeson. Saves are always available.
I like Tim Hudson too...
Good luck and please help with mine!viewtopic.php?t=405043