Here is a guy who likes his PECOTA and knows how to use it. I haven't seen many drafts where Santana dropped to 4th, so nice pick there. Also, Bill Hall is an awesome pick for SS in the 6th round. However, you still need some extra power, and your guys at 1B won't help you much for that. Delmon Young was a bit of a stretch considering he's still unproven, but he's going to be great and hopefully this is his year. Pitchers look decent considering how late you were going for most of them, plus Santana can make most staffs look 500% better. Your closers look like they'll work well for now too.
If you're going to do a draft using PECOTA one more time, I'd suggest to go with the great hitters and shut down pitchers early, and don't stress out if you don't get a top 3 catcher or 2B. Mauer in the 3rd round is solid, but he does tend to be a reach pick in drafts because his kind is so rare. I say let others do the reaching for those players, and you'll benefit by having better overall players to choose from instead. Also, projected stats don't take into account the demand for a player. They can project a player to do much better than others think he's worth, and in those circumstances an ADP list is your best friend, because you can then judge how long you can wait till you should draft, say, Jeremy Bonderman, BP's pick for AL Cy Young this year (provided that Johan Santana gets hit by a bus).