loretta was not a fluke last year. though he is going into a (presumably) pitcher-friendly park, he is a career .297 hitter. he might get you 5 sb, 15 hr, and maybe 70 each of rbi and runs.
these are not bad numbers.
but d'angelo is the man. having found his niche in cincinnati, he is poised and aggressive. i got the chance to watch him in person at the hitter-friendly "great, home-run-again ballpark" about 15 times last year. he is fast, he does have some power, and now that he'll be playing every day, i'd look (conservatively) for 20 hr and 15sb with a .290 avg. to improve the package, you can get him 3 or 4 rounds later than you could loretta.
when jimenez was coming up through the yankees system, he was touted as soriano's equal. then he had a spinal injury and people gave up on him. he's finally putting the pieces together again. i'm going to try to nab him in the middle-late rounds, after loretta's been taken.