You have an above average infield. Renteria is far from the best shortstop in the league, but at a shallow position he will put up solid numbers and steal some bases. Hall is also far from the best option at catcher, but at such a weak position save for only a few players, you could do worse!
Your outfield is strong. As long as Kearns is healthy, your outfield should be a real strength of your team. You may want to move Jay Payton into your Utility spot, especially when he's playing at Coors.
You have a solid pitching rotation. Oswalt is a top 5 starter, and Prior should pitch like one this year. I like Beckett's chances at rebounding this year. Batista pitches for a good team, and hopefully Lopez will build on last year's success. I'm not totally sold on Kim as a starter and I feel as though he's in for a long season. Your relievers should get plenty of saves, provided that Foulke can turn it around.
All in all, I think your team will be fine to start the season. You may need to look into a closer if Foulke flounders, and keep your eyes on some of your bottom of the rotation starters, at times they may hurt you more than they help.
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