My strategy would be to pick a young bat with the first few picks, and then go with OLD reliable pitching for the next few... stocking up on quality pitchers like Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens, Pedro Martinez, Curt Schilling that will all be way undervalued.
He is in a 24 team league... Can you really take a few young bats and expect to get any of those pitchers around #80? Man, I'd love to play in a league like that...
Tejada would be a great pick. Hes under 30, very durable, and looks like he will be the top SS for a few more years. If Tejada were gone, I'd take Prior or Santana over Abreu. I think he will have a tough time matching last season's production, judging from the two seasons before... Helton is a great hitter, but is on the wrong side of 30, on a bad team, and most importantly, has a history of back ailments. Bad backs usually get wore with age, not better.
Generally, in a dynasty league or a league with a high keeper limit, it is easier to find great pitchers. Most drafts a year ago ended with Oliver Perez being sent to waivers... Early 2003, Santana didn't have much trade value. Something to keep in mind.