Fair enough. Well then, before the Hamster eats it...
Seeing as how stolen bases arent worth so much, I like Nick Johnson's power over Grady Sizemore's slightly less power but slightly more speed. However, by the end of the year, Sizemore could easily be worth more, seeing as how hot he's been as of late.
Inge and Lopez are definately a tier behind, and I have Inge over Lopez because I like Inge's chances at maintaining his pace more than Lopez's. However, like the two above, I dont have these two at much of a difference either.
At first I had Cordero significantly above the SP's, simply because of what I thought saves were valued at, but then I researched how many points he has, and was surprised to see him well below Doug Davis. If Chad Cordero is not beating Doug Davis and is pitching out of his mind, I simply can't rank him higher than Davis. Davis's strikeout totals and potent offense behind him definately warrant him as the most valuable pitcher listed.
Cordero and Young are fairly comparable, but Cordero's greater amount of appearances make him the more likely bet to continue his success. Don't get me wrong, Young is a great pitcher, but Cordero will be much more solid.
The reason I ranked Lackey last was because of his previous track record (ERA in the mid 4's would point to lower Win totals and Win % than he has right now) and thus he has the least chance of continuing his current success.