Aaron Guiel and Chip Ambres should both get ABs this year in Kansas City. Guiel hit 30 HRs in the minors and had a good year in KC a couple years back. He is 100% healthy and if he gets 350-450 ABs he should get you around 20 HR and 70 RBI. Ambres for the ABs he got last year did pretty solid, and both are still really young.
Jason Michaels is another one to look at. And if Casey Blake has another year like last year, look for Franklin G to steal some ABS from him. Same thing with Aaron Boone and Andy Marte at third.
Shawn Chacon did really solid in NY last year and had a 2.79 ERA and 1.22 with a good win loss record. 13-15 wins and an ERA under 4 is not out of the qustion.
Here is a list of vetrans that will probably go undrafted, but have a good shot at bouncing back and even if they are half as good as they once were would contribute in a 20 team league.
Carl Everett, Mike Piazza, Vincent Padilla, Orlando Hernandez, Shannon Stewart, Matt Stairs, Randy Wolf, Jose Cruz Jr., Phil Nevin, Corey Koskie, Carlos Pena, Wade Miller, Mike Matheny, Toby Hall, Tony Batista and Jeff Conine.
Jerome Williams, David Bush and Kirk Sarloss could have good years on their teams. Jerome started to break out in Chicago last year, and I could see a 10-12 win 3.70-3.90 ERA season from him. David Bush should be good and Kirk should rack up some wins in Oakland.
For good outfield options:
Juan Rivera, Laynce Nix, Ryan Church, and Brad Hawpe. Juan Rivera is waiting to break out for a .290-25-80-10 season. Nix should and probably will get some PT and in a full season he could hit 20 HR and 80 RBI. Ryan Church should be solid and Brad Hawpe plays in coors.
Also, any Orioles started should be solid this season.