Great list! I agree with most of who you ranked where...
A few opinions (since you asked!):
D.Lee is a little low.
Thome is pretty high given his injury history.
Bagwell is pretty low, given that your league counts OBP. I know everyone is jumping off the Bagwell bandwagon, but in an OBP league, he is still going to give you solid overall numbers and he will be cheap/fall to later rounds than he used to be.
I also agree that Texeira is a stud.
Thome doesn't really have an injury history. He fewest games he's played in one season of the last 5 seasons is 143 from last year.
His 2 year (2003 and 2004) average line in Philly is:
151 GP, 147 H, 45 HR, 118 RBI, 104 R, 108 BB, .270 AVG, .968 OPS.
I'd say that ranks in the top 5 with Pujols, Helton, Delgado, and Sexson when healthy. These 1B have been consistently capable of smashing 40+ HR. After these guys I'd slot in Ortiz, Teixeira, Nevin, Huff, and the rest.
[quote:4fef447375="Geek"]The odds of the AL MVP coming from the American League are looking pretty good.[/quote]