I'm just going to compare position by position. I.E. who I would rather have.
C - Lucroy vs. Napoli = Lucroy - health is an issue for Napoli. I like Lucroy better. Steadier production. Team A.
1B - Butler vs. Goldschmidt = Tie. Butler is more proven, but I'm sorta buying into Goldschmidt. Hard to say up front who wins that. Team Tie.
2B - Altuve vs. Philips = Philips. Altuve is going to be great, but if I had to choose now, I'd choose Philips. Team B.
3B - Longoria vs. Alvarez = Longoria. Not close. Don't think Alvarez is going to amount to much. Team A.
SS - Aybar vs. Tulowitzki: Tulo, not close. Though a risk, health-wise, he's an All-World player when healthy. Team B.
OF = tie, though I'm leary on Bruce this year, so I should like Braun/Harper/Gordon better. What the heck, I'm going Braun and co. Team A.
UTIL - I don't like either combo, to be honest, but if I had to pick: Team A.
BN - Team B, though close (and for the record: I don't think Dee Gordon is rosterable in a 12-team league). The trio Headley/Kubel/Maybin will --across the board-- be more helpful this year.
SP - Team A. Bumgarner and Sale are both aces this year (mark my words), whereas I have no love for Lee and Moore.
RP - Team A. Putz and Chapman are on better teams and have better track records.
P - Team B. I'm not at all interested in Lincecum/Burnett/Garza (though I love Kenley Jansen), and as much as I hate Haren this year, Kuroda/Miley/Hellickson are going to be more valuable.
BN = Team B, but very close. I don't like Wandy (but I love Miller), and I have a healthy dose of dislike for Porcello and (above all) Masterson.
Final tally (out of 12 categories)
Team A: 6
Team B: 5
Okay, I guess I have to pick the tiebreaker. Butler vs. Goldschmidt... I'm going to throw the expert analysis over board: I like Goldschmidt. Steals as an addition to sick power. That ties you guys. So... I'm of no help here *leaves through the back door*.