Yeah, I honestly like what you did with your pitching more than your offense. No, you didn't get a top five pitcher, but you got lots of guys who were great values later in the draft. If you weren't getting a legitimately good value on CC/Lincecum/Webb/Haren/Hamels (I exclude Santana because, though I love him being a Mets fan and all, he's never going to be a great fantasy value as early as he usually goes) I think you did exactly the right thing. You got a couple guys in the next tier (Billingsly, Gallardo) and then got two guys who are seriously undervalued (Vazquez, Greinke, which is amazing considering how long Greinke has been a "sleeper," but lo and behold, he's still undervalued). I don't like Myers much, but he's fine as your fifth starter, and he plays on a good enough team to have a nice chance of getting lots of wins. You're obviously weak in RP, but that's nothing to panic about before the season starts. RP is so volatile, it doesn't take much to pick up the pace by just paying attention to the waiver wire in-season.
The offense I'm not crazy about, but I don't hate it either. After Wright, Soriano, Martin, and McClouth you don't have a lot of multi-category guys, and none of those guys are particularly great values at their ADPs (obviously, Wright's a stud, but its hard to be a good value pick in the first round unless he fell past the 5th overall pick, which almost never happens). But you are balanced and seem to be above average in every category. You just didn't get any really great value picks on the offensive side, and it shows up a bit in your depth. You're MIs are on the weaker side, though they both have upside, and I'm not too crazy about Wells or anyone on your bench.
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