Beginners luck is real. Nice draft. People love to poke holes in a pitching staff, and truth is there's so much variance in pitching performance from year to year that nobody really knows what's going to happen with even the most reliable arms. Health is a concern with Burnett, but in the NL, in a park that suppresses RH power a bit, AJ should have another season in line with what he did last year. He's always been talented and the NL is a weaker offensive league, he's in attack mode. Lincecum is a strike out monster, that isn't going to change. He maintained good K numbers in his slump last year and over the second half he really showed a nice adjustment and stopped yielding so many liners in 1-2, 0-2 counts. He used to be able to blow people away up in the zone and he's lost some velocity so it's on him to learn how to set people up for off-speed. He's a two time Cy winner with solid control and great secondary pitches. He rebounded in the second half and should keep that trend up into this year (contract year for him). Garza is in a contract year too, I believe, and he's never really dominated in the NL the way I thought he would. He's a solid option, should help you a bit with K's and not hurt you in ERA/WHIP. That's a pretty solid trio backing up your big two, you can't go out and spend early draft picks on pitching over and over again or you're screwed. There's so much variance in pitching from year to year and it's becoming more and more of a pitchers league in general that you can find must-start arms later in the draft and I think you did. Wouldn't shock me at all if AJ, Garza and Lincecum all struck out 200 guys. You'd be lucky, but it could happen. The goal is to have 5-6 starters come mid-season that you trust against almost every line up. You're on the way there for sure.