I dunno, he's not totally lacking in pop with Bautista, Granderson, Lawrie, Zobrist, and Upton. (Though he's got speed, too.) And while it's going to be tough to beat him in pitching (I mean, it's always tough to beat a team that counts Roy Halladay's stats twice!
), anything can happen in a week. Plus, those sorts of strategies have always somehow backfired on me. Personally, I'd just play it straight up and hope for the best.