Solid staff for a 14-team league, hope you didn't sacrifice too much hitting for it. Halladay's a good anchor and Millwood is solid as a No. 2. Ortiz is due for a bit of a fall this year. He won't match last year's win total and his Ks and ratios aren't very strong. He might be good trade bait now while that 21-win season is fresh in people's minds and overvalues him a bit. Wakefield is underrated IMO. He'll get his wins with Boston's lineup and he gets more Ks than you think. Redman should be solid and even though he's now in SF, I hope you don't have to go to Tomko too often. Wtach what he can do there before you use him, and drop hestitate to drop him if someone on the waiver wire gets hot.
Soriano and Hasegawa should help the ratios even if neither gets any shots at saves, though Hasegawa probably won't match last year's great numbers. Hoffman should bounce back but he's still a bit risky, and Biddle's ERA and WHIP might not be worth the saves he gets before he (likely) loses the closer's job. Depending on what you have on offense that you might move, I'd maybe try to dangle Ortiz for another closer. Overall not bad, but you'll probably need to add some saves and you'll have to watch your ERA and WHIP closely. Good luck.
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