I still have a shot at winning it all but the one mistake I have made the last 3 years is trusting my young pitchers to a fault. Bonderman, Verlander and Francis have killed me. Kazmir and Papelbon's injuries forced me to start subpar pitchers for them as well. I still have the number 1 pitching staff but in crunch time I have been forced to start guys that are obviously tired and who should have been moved when their values were so way out there that I could get supreme value for them.
At least I had the foresight to pick up (and hold onto) Cain when he was dropped midway through the year
However I disagree with the first poster. Look at the first 10 pitchers drafted and how many of them are either out right now, have missed significant time or have just sucked? The only guy I can think of that I would consider drafting in the first 3 rounds is Santana. Nobody else is worthy of a pick that high because of the risk involved with pitchers.