Those CBS H2H leagues with weekly lineups are funny things. BA, ERA, WHIP, toss it all out the window because none of it matters. Its all about wins, saves, K's and big power. Two-start pitchers are almost vital to have any shot of seriously competing in these leagues. And the turds of your rotation (Joe Saunders & Mark Buehrle) should be dropped to rotate those two starters. But remember... never bench studs for two start crap. Peavy and Santana stay active all the time. Even a quality loss from a pitcher can net you 13 points or so in these leagues. Fill the gaps with closers, you need at least one more so search the FA's. Your offense should be adequate at 2 points per stolen base Reyes and Phillips are decent middle infielders for this league especially with Phillips added power. You have some decent strikeout pitchers and guys who can eat innings all of that will benifit you greatly in these leagues. I have a lot of experience with these because they are simply a lot of fun and I've been doing them for years (for serious leagues I'm a 5x5 roto type guy though). I like Justin Uptin as a huge roto sleeper but he won't do much for you here, take a chance on Giambi or Pronk if either went undrafted.
EDIT: I forgot CBS changed their format this season allowing only 2 RP's now. Forget what I said about finding another one. You have 2 decent ones and a third with good potential.
Last edited by Tenacious D-Store on Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:43 am, edited 1 time in total.