Thanks for your help on mine.
That is a crazy-stacked team for a 16-team keeper league. Nicely done. Tough decisions regarding who to keep.
I like Sandoval over Phillips, but I understand your point about Hanley taking over at 3B. Also, I think Phillips is important because he brings at least a little speed. This is also why I think you should keep Jennings. Outside of Phillips, you aren't keeping a lot of speed. I know you can probably pick up speed in the draft, but much of the speed you can draft will likely be 1 or 2-category players at best. I like Jennings because I think he can be a 3 or 4-category player and he has a pretty high ceiling. Because of that upside and his youth, I would keep Jennings over Cruz, even though I think Cruz has more value in 2012 than Jennings (though that depends on his health, which is very iffy).
I'm excited for Moore and think he has a ton of potential, but it's hard to justify keeping Moore over a very proven commodity (like Cruz, Shields or Sandoval). If I were you, I think I would try to find a way to redraft Moore in the 8th round instead of trying to keep him. In other words, I would either keep your current 7 keepers, or I would switch Sandoval with Phillips. Then, I would look to move the following players for draft picks as high in the 8th round (i.e. first pick) as possible: Sandoval (or Phillips, depending on who you keep), Cruz, Konerko, Shields. Surely in a 16-team league with 7 keepers per team, all 4 of those players are strong keepers, so there must be teams that have less than 7 keepers.
If I have a high pick in the 8th round and less than 7 strong keepers, I would be willing to give you my 8th rounder in return for 2 keepers that are likely better than whoever I could get in the 8th round. You end up overpaying, but it doesn't cost you a thing because you couldn't keep them anyway. Everyone wins. If it doesn't cost you to overpay, then make an offer that they can't refuse and you snag Moore with the first pick in the 8th round and it's the same as having 8 keepers.