Johan is the clear choice here. He's a lock to help you a TON in every stat except SVs.
I also agree that Howard at #2 is an awful pick. A good algorithm for picking with these settings is probably to look for guys with large OPS and (relatively) low HRs. They'll probably be a bit underrated. Also, targeting guys who get more than a few 3Bs a year wouldn't be a bad plan, either, especially if they're good overall. Normally, I wouldn't suggest targeting high SB guys (they'll also be overrated because SBs are only one cat out of like 8 or 10; you can totally get away with punting it), but if you're confident in Reyes repeating last year's performance, he would actually be a good pick with all of his 3Bs.
I guess the key is to target guys who will help in numerous cats. Basically, guys who hit a ton of XBH will be excellent, and pitcher who can strike guys out are the only ones you want.
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