Pitching isn't that weak, IMO. Billingsly and Kazmir are a solid one two, there's upside in Bedard, and Baker is steadily more than serviceable. Volstad probably won't be that useful though, but he could give you nice WHIP and ERA and maybe decent Ws. Not crazy about the pitching on your bench, but its enough of a start to work with.
I think the one offensive category your a bit risky in is SBs, you're basically relying on Ichiro and Ellsbury. They're not bad guys to rely on, but if one of them goes down it really hurts your chances of being above average in that category, and if you lose both you have almost no saftey net. I'd keep my eyes open for a speedy bench OFer. Maybe someone like Coco Crisp or Willy Taveras. Someone like Orlando Cabrera might be a nice bench player for you too, you could play him every now and then to get some extra SBs out of SS. Cano is a nice piece of depth, but if you're only going to commit two position players to your bench, I don't think 2B should be one of them. Cano is a bit undervalued right now, but if he gets off to a good start he could quickly become a hot commodity, and be well worth a solid pitcher to an owner weak at 2B.