In H2H leagues health and consistency are two huge mitigating factors.
Jones, Jenkins, Miller and Wagner all concern me in this respect. Jones, in my experience, is quite streaky. And Jenkins, even when having a terrific season, is your prototypical streak hitter. He ctaches fire for 2 weeks and then goes stone cold. Wagner is an injury concern and it's not clear where Wade Miller fits into the Boston situation, but if he comes in as the no. 5 starter you'll be hurting for consistent appearances from him as well.
So while I like the current talent level of this team and the numbers may be there by season's end, I think you'll have a difficult time putting together consistent wins in a 12 team league. I think more likely you will have some weeks where you crush your com[petition, but that you will be .50 or so at best.
I'd look to either a) trade hot names and hot players for consistent producers or b) I would target hot starters and then trade them for 2nd half starters. Injury and lineup question marks are real killers for an H2H league.
Anyway, it's difficult without knowing who else has been drafted, but i would expect this team to be behind pace in power categories, but far better than average in the other hitting cats. I'd also seriously consider drafting the best SP still available with your next pick and with all those generic P slots you'll probably want to grab whatever high K, low WHIP/ERA relievers are out there, whether they close or not -- unles syou have a shallow bench, in which case taht strategy is less of an option.
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