It really helps (and encourages more responses) when you break down your team into positions. Like this:
1B: Howard, Berkman
OF: Markakis, Granderson, Abreu, Matsui
SP: King Felix, Shields, Myers, Wainwright, Bedard
RP: Street, Hanrahan, Ray, Rodney, Ziegler, Perez
The starting lineup seems pretty solid. There's enough power and speed to go around. I don't like Atkins at #63 ... but I guess he's young enough to reverse trends and put up All-Star level numbers again. Jeter was probably good value when you took him (as was Posada ... there's little to lose at pick 226). I don't like Matsui as your only bench hitter though. He's awfully gimpy, and OF is pretty deep with sleepers this year. I guess if you believe he returns to form it's a decent pick.
Your 5 SPs are all good ... you got nice value where you picked some of them. Playing a little prospecting game with relievers, are we?
I'm guessing your strategy was to load up the draft, wait for who pans out in the pre-season (or very early season), and jettison the scrubs for SP and/or hitting depth. Or if all them pan out, there's trade bait. At least I hope that's your plan, because you don't want all these guys on your team for long once the season starts.
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