IMO the guy went over-board on pitching. It was a good strategy, but here's where I think he made his mistake: After the 4th round, he had a great staff already. That was when he should have added a few bats, then moved back to pitching. Having Satana, Johnson, Oswalt, Rivera would already give him (probably) the best staff in the league. Adding 2-3 batters with picks 5, 6, 7 would have dramatically improved his batting, then go back and take people like Graves & Clement and a few others (middle relievers and/or closers) to finish off the pitching categories.
His batting could be good - especially if he gets 100/100 production out of Wilson, Hunter, Kearns, Thomas and Ordonez. He can also win with Average... lots of decent average players there.