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Player Alex Rodriguez Jose Reyes Chase Utley Johan Santana Ryan Howard David Ortiz Jimmy Rollins Hanley Ramirez Prince Fielder David Wright Matt Holiday Miguel Cabrera Grady Sizemore Albert Pujols Carl Crawford Vladimir Guerrero Ryan Braun Alfonso Soriano Magglio Ordonez Victor Martinez Carlos Beltran Mark Teixeira Jake Peavy Troy Tulowitski Erik Bedard Brandon Webb Josh Beckett Carlos Lee CC Sabathia Russell Martin Manny Ramirez Ichiro Suzuki Lance Berkman Derek Jeter Brandon Phillips Travis Hafner BJ Upton Brian McCann Alex Rios Nick Markakis Cole Hamels Adam Dunn Curtis Granderson Aaron Harang John Lackey Bobby Abreu Chris Young Justin Morneau Jonathan Papelbon Chipper Jones JJ Putz Adrian Gonzales Aramis Ramirez Scott Kazmir Justin Verlander John Smoltz Dan Haren Felix Hernandez Francisco Liriano Carlos Zambrano

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Obviously the best player, but will he have the same motivation now that he has resigned? Most dynamic player in baseball, if his power rebounds at all, better than the rest Best player by far at the absolute thinnest position Most consistent pitcher with incredible numbers, just look at the three yr avg 2.7, .965, 250Ks With full health, could put up 60 homers 1153 OPS in second half of 2007, tops in baseball Complete game and plays every day Below Rollins simply due to the fire sale Favorite player in baseball, would be the equal of above sluggers with bit more patience and better team obp Just think of how you would look at him if he gets close to 40 homers? It is coming soon. Only lacks speed, but plus average more than offsets this, power building In the AL he should be good for another 25-50 at bats, and in killer lineup he could be scary if he doesn't eat his If Sizemore cuts down on his strikeouts, he is going to take off even more than he has shown Breaking down just enough to cost him elite status Elite speed and developing power. Will benefit from improved Tampa team. Angels still have not added elite hitter to protect Vlad. Sorry Torii you just don't cut it. KILLS lefties, as he improves against righties his numbers could grow. Was on 45+ homer pace for full season. Great power speed combo, but no patience and showed signs of age last year with 29 dnp's I don't actually believe this rating, but his numbers last year were incredible and the Cabrera addition can only help Elite power and rbi's from the catcher position. Plays DH on his off days, big advantage 6 category contributor, if he can keep his legs healthy, is a first round value A full season learning from Chipper Jones will place him near top of 1B talents Next best option after Santana, has elite strikeout numbers, only thing that keeps him from the very top is homers Heavy power numbers from a position that lacks power. No speed. Most dominant pitcher of 07, moving to a more pitcher friendly environment (Safeco and AL West) Ground ball extremist with improving team behind him. Strikeout rate improving. Best pitcher for best team. Wins are automatic, cut homers allowed in half in year 2 in Boston Like his low strikeout rate which tells why his average is so steady even without much patience Coming off best season, earned every bit of his 3.2 ERA and 19 victories Next best catcher after Martinez, solid in every category and provides small speed element which is rare for position Due for a solid year as he tries to convince management to pick up his $20M option Three category player, but is so good in average with huge hit totals that he can be a rock for anyone in the category Declining somewhat, but still very solid 30/100/100 guy Last of the sure thing shortstops Can he repeat his career year? This is a risky pick, but he could progress right past Utley. Should rebound this in 08 after disappointing year Also eligible in centerfield, great power/speed combo, but average worries me a bit (tons of K's) McCann should surpass his career highs in the power categories, but his average will never reach 06 levels Rios is on a steady career path, all numbers have pointed up every year if you eliminate his staph infection in June 06 Would be ahead of Rios due to higher walk, lower strikeout rate, but the Baltimore fire sale continues, still great though Health is only concern as unlike Bedard, his injuries have always been to his left arm. Great numbers all around when 40/100/100 is not easy to find, Dunn has done it 3 years in a row, if you can stomach the 260 avg (at best) he is your guy 8th in MLB in total bases in 07, best stolen base % too Most underappreciated great pitcher in baseball, awesome ratios, 1.14Whip, 4.1 K/BB, 8.47 K/9 19 game winner very steady, led AL in ERA 3.01 in 07 Home runs have fallen steadily, but probably lock for 100 runs and 100 rbi's along with 20 steals and safe average Best peripheral stats in the national league, even better than Peavy, lowest BAA .192, most effective fastball .563 OPS Injury in second half cut short his improvement, first half was a continuation of MVP season in 06 I don't believe in paying top dollar for RP, he will likely be gone by this point in most drafts One of only 4 players with an OPS over 1000 in both halves of 07, all others are long gone in this draft With Bedard to aid the pitching staff, Putz could lead the league in saves, led MLB in tough saves in 07 (8) If he played anywhere other than Petco, he would be a second round pick 30 Homer lock, if he stays healthy (big if) could be monster year with additions to lineup around him This guy almost beat me by himself in the championship last year, 13 innings, 21 K's, 1 BB, WOW Improving K rate is big indicator of huge things to come, ready to take over Cy Young, top starter in pitches over 100MPH Even at 41, still putting up great numbers, no slip in his Whip or K/9 and K/BB rates In for a nice bump in K rates and Whip with league switch, ERA could take a bit of a hit in smaller ballpark Do you want to be the owner who passed on him when he puts it all together? May be top pitching talent in baseball BIG RISK, but medical reports are all positive and this is the only guy who is left that can give 1st round value at this point I will never have Carlos and his 100 walks on my team, but other numbers are good, throws lots of pitches, could break

Part of 3 man group with Papelbon and Putz that provides saves and stellar ratios Steady pitcher to go along with the risk in Liriano. Great in wins, whip and ERA, not many strikeouts anymore, relies on This team needs power, tough to count on a repeat from Pena, but he was solid every month in 07 Speed need should be met with this pickup, count on a deal to Chicago to help him reach his normal production level Krod great in saves and k's, can be a bit of a concern with whip and ERA due to his walk rate which is high for a closer Great young hitter moving out of the pitcher's paradise of RFK, should post career highs across the board Solid if not spectacular. Doesn't have the high power ceiling Zimmerman has, but is better in average Hit .343 in second half of 07, could put a full season together and add some more power as he matures Will Joe stay healthy? If he does this will be the year he turns some of those doubles into homers and catches up with Similar pitcher to Brandon Webb who developed his K rate as he matured, K's are all that is missing from this groundball Another steady 300/100/100 player to pair with Reyes, Lee had a great second half as he got healthy, could outproduce One of the most dynamic pitchers and he is only one year out of college. Watch his K rate continue to climb 20/20 Player last year in only 483 at bats. If he gets to 600 at bats he could easily pass 25/25. Increased patience helps I may be a sucker for this guy, but I am betting his problem last year was the shoulder he had surgically repaired In new ballpark will come close to Adam Dunn stats, think 35/100/100 with a 260 average. Not much to look at, but his stuff continues to befuddle hitters to the tune of .72 whip and 1.4 era Byrnes put up solid power in the first half of last season and great speed in the second half, which will it be come April? Somewhat unknown kid had great debut in 17 starts last year, 9 wins, 101 k's in 110 innings, 1.27 whip and 3.67 era Best 16 loss pitcher ever. If Cain cuts his walks down even slightly he will explode. One of those boring 25/100/100 guys that may not be exciting to draft, but pays off every week Change of scenery should help Tejada who is a great leader in a winning situation, left field porch should be nice too My favorite pitcher nobody knows. Great K/BB, low whip, relies on changeup which is better than Santana's (.562 ops Great fit on this team with power categories covered, provides needed speed boost. Should hit leadoff all season so With Zambrano, this team doesn't care about BB/9 so DiceK is a good fit. Should improve some in second year in the Oswalt and his consistently low era could see a halt to the negative trends in his k rate, bb rate and whip, name Always undervalued, will play 1B this year which should allow more focus on hitting and keep him healthy Back to starting in Philly after his year as a closer, the RP eligibility can be helpful, great strikeout rate is best aspect If you get more than 25 starts out of AJ, you have a great value here, great peripherals .214 BAA, 9.56 K/9 One season removed from 3rd round numbers, 35/109/101 in 2006, if he is over the knee tendinitis at 29 he could easily Home runs allowed mask his ability. Inflated ERA due to the HR's hide great K rate and Whip, hurts ability to win games This guy only works on a team with other high K pitchers, but wins, whip and era are in safe hands with Wang Should have one last solid season before the sun sets on the famous cutter I don’t like his likely lineup spot (6), but this dynamic 2nd year player could easily breeze past 20/20 with a 300 average Great average, lock for over 200 hits, good source of runs, ok in RBI's and Homers for a SS, usually overvalued This is the first real projection pick in the draft, minor league player of the year looks similar to the hype on Alex Gordon 66 Extra base hits in 505 at bats last year, with full year of at bats could be 30/30 candidate, reminds of Alex Rios Power speed combo, could be 40/40 player in the future, but won't happen until he learns to make more contact and raise One last run with what looks like a tremendous offense. If Sheffield plays 140 games, he could be top 30 production Change of scenery may help Young finalize his development. Twins have great history developing players. Weeks put up solid numbers outside of average last year and was fantastic after his brief demotion to AAA Should be very productive hitting in the 2 hole in front of Cabrera, Ordonez, Sheffield and Guillen. Be wary of shif to Last top tier closer, hard to remove memory of great streak of consecutive innings without allowing a baserunner Solid as they come, won't hurt you anywhere, great average should continue, hope for rebound in power If his relief numbers translate in any way to a starting gig, he could be incredible, best hint 24 Innings, 34 K's, 6 walks If he learns to limit the home run (47 homers allowed in 59 games), he could turn into 20 game winner on this team, Moves from one team built for close games to another who will likely be in many blowouts in both directions, probable Sneaky pick here, second best OPS allowed in American League behind Bedard (.644) Last chance to prove he can still hit, power will always be there, but he has to show that he is not a one trick pony In 5x5 leagues he is great in 3 categories, short of runs and steals. In OBP leagues he is a problem, allergy to walks hurts Be worried about the Left/Right splits here, he could become a platoon mate at any time Quality hitter who put up 79 BB's in first full season. Should hit 20 homers with safe totals everywhere else. OBP leagues Last quality strikeout pitcher left, has homer problem like Maine, bigger problem in Wrigley than Maine has in Shea Good power source at this point in the draft, although overall game is sliding High K rate keeps him saving games for great team, Santana will be glad Wagner is backing him up With the batting average studs already on this team, the problem Uggla presents is muted, big power for 2bagger Protecting Vladdy's backside now, never been a great hitter, but in LA he should be free to run more often This will be the year he starts to live up to minor league hype. You don't put up a 1.100 OPS if you can't hit, which is Should develop K rates as he fills out, solid numbers surround this guy, after this all pitching looks pretty similar with Batting title is in his future, as long as pitchers keep throwing strikes, he swings at everything Strained elbow is a worry, but reports are positive and he was having a huge season prior to the arm problem started Now more of a finesse pitcher, he still has enough stuff to get hitters out consistently, he just may be more of a 5-6 inning Has to have early success and avoid blowing an early save. If he does that, he could get back to the top of the closer

After returning from surgery last year, he looked like he was back to his old self, look out for a solid bounce back year Healthy? If so great pick, if not headache. But with Santana and Lackey, team has two steady players to balance risk. Speed helps here, good balance with the power at C and Howard at 1B Should be good for average, runs and steals. Hope his ankle holds up better this year and he avoids the preseason One more year of 20 homers and 80 rbis for Kent Has pressure to pick his offense back up with rookie Jeff Clement breathing down his neck Breakout candidate was great after his recall last year and didn't even utilize the big park impact of Great American Power OF to balance with Rios and Crawford. Better in OBP/OPS leagues with his low average, high patience approach The Dodgers have one too many OF's, but Kemp is the most talented of all of them, should play more this year, a trade Should have a similar season leading off for the WhiteSox, better offense overall, better park, may get to low double digit Even crappy rebuilding teams like Oakland plays close games that require closers, Street is a solid choice Moves to tough ball park, but numbers overall should be similar Takes over closer role full time, think Atlanta laughs now when they think about how they fleeced Seattle in the trade for Still good for saves, but low K totals Half season debut after Fuentes melt down was as good as you could ask, lights out slider Good gamble here, Hughes has to be happy he wasn't traded to Twins, solid back up all around Hughes pick triggers rookie pitching run, with Schilling injury, Buchholz should have rotation spot locked up, don't expect Start him in every home start and road starts against weaker offenses and all the time in Seattle Great strikeout numbers, he can have great games and terrible games, if you can stand the swings, enjoy the good ones Barely hanging on to being a solid reliever, his outings are always scary for the Cards and fantasy owners Solid choice even if you think he is uninspiring, great whip, great control and gets the job done Everyone laughed at the signing of Meche, but he proved that he was up to the task of staff ace, one of the best Hopefully move to new ballpark makes the team more competetive from the start which should improve his concentration


								
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