Are you doing a one round draft? Most leagues are generally deeper than that.
Because if you're drafting up to 2, or maybe even 3, or more players then your probabilities are wrong: it's a 100% chance that any team in the draft will get shifted down the draft order, it's just for some teams it will show up sooner than for others.
Let's compare people who pick 1st (Person A), 4th (B), and 11th (C).
A has picks 1, 24, and 25 in the first 3 rounds.
B has picks 4, 21, and 28 in the first 3 rounds.
C has picks 11, 14, and 35 in the first 3 rounds.
If New Person D falls into the 6th drafting spot, moving down C, but leaving A and B, their new drafting positions are:
A has picks 1, 26, and 27
B has picks 4, 23, and 30
C has picks 12, 15, and 37 in the first 3 rounds.
Over the first two rounds, every player, whether they're in position 1, 4, or 11, all lost 2 draft spots. It's just that Players A and B lost both of their draft spots in their second pick and Player C lost 1 spot each on his first and second pick.
So if you guys just draft one player each, then yah, you're right. On the off-chance that you go deeper, then you're kind of off-base and should just let it go.
0-3 to 4-3. Worst choke in the history of baseball. Enough said.