That's tough. I don't know if Posey is so far ahead of Santana that I'd be willing to use a spot on him.
You have a solid infield start with Votto/Kinsler/Tulo. You have a solid pitching start with Kershaw/Hanson.
OF of course is the weak link, so that should be a position to address. I personally am not thrilled with your options, but I know some people will say Cruz is the guy to go with. I wouldn't be against that, but I don't know if I would do it, myself.
Here are guys I would absolutely NOT take: Jeter Butler Liriano Weaver Santana
I would consider anyone else. Pence/Cruz/Bautista especially, since they are OF. I wouldn't call you crazy for keeping Morneau (was on MVP pace last year), Posey (could be best catcher in a few years), or Strasburg (since he is like the greatest thing since sliced bread).
(In reference to an Aaron Hill for David Price swap)
mpieco wrote: You're my new hero if that gets accepted.
Thanks for the reply. Cruz is among my first choices, in that he's more of a lock to put up really good numbers than say Posey or Bautista. But having Tulo and Kinsler who already get a little dinged up, I don't know if I want to use the first pick in the draft on Cruz who is basically a lock to miss 30. Maybe more. I like Bautista's power, even if 54 was a fluke. It'd be nice to have a 35 HR bat when Votto, Tulo, and Kinsler are all good but not great HR guys. I figured guys like Jeter and Butler were out of the running. But it's just so hard to gauge the value on Posey/Santana (how much do you really value a catcher in shallow keepers?) and Strasburg. Especially Strasburg. When I saw him pitch last year, I basically knew he'd never be on the market. Now he is, but wouldn't give me anything all year for the 1st pick in the draft. I'm thinking it's between the OFs.