Looks very even to me. I suppose the smart way of looking at this would be to say that team B has a slight edge, since they receive two money-in-the-bank players in Klesko and Williams compared with A's Wood; with Zeile, Patterson and Ashby being riskier.
I'd go against what's probably the grain here, though, and rather be team A. I think both Zeile and Patterson will keep up their solid play, while Ashby is a bigger risk to drop back a bit, even though pitching half his games in LA makes a huge difference.
Of course, that's without knowing the rosters of these teams. If A has a stacked rotation and B is set at the deep hitting positions, this is a win-win.