dyuen87 wrote:Few things that jump out at me right away.
M-Cab is definitely not being taken second overall in a mixed league.
Hafner wont be a first round pick merely because he is Util only. Santana is not a 3rd overall pick, i put him in the mid-late first round.
David Wright definitely takes a huge bump down, i know his numbers are nice, but he's been putrid the second half, ever since the Home Run Derby.
Jeter is not a second round player, more like the 3/4.
You give pitchers way too much credit here. Other than Santana pitchers dont start to fly off the board till the 3rd - 4th round.
I think I'd take either Crawford or Bay instead of Holliday.
Then who would you take @2? Cabrera's numbers are fantastic. If he can turn a few of his 48 doubles into homers, and keep stealing some bases (9 right now) along with .330-.340 average and .430 OBP, then I'm pretty sure the argument could be made for taking him there.
I agree with you on Jeter; this is not nesc. my preferred top 25, but rather where I feel most of these guys will be drafted in most leagues.
Hafner WILL be a first round pick in many, perhaps most, leagues because.....well look at his numbers. Position flexibility is over-rated, I think. Are you telling me those stats aren't top 12?
I also generally agree about pitchers @3, but Santana is just so dominant. He actually was taken 3rd overall in my main league this year, although I wouldn't have taken him there.
Finally I don't have pitchers "flying off the board". I have 4 SP's in my top 25. I don't see how that is giving them too much representation......
Thanks for the input!!