Well I have not done my draft research yet so I can only tell you about the red sox. Fossum is going to a start the whole year and he has good stuff if he can develop a breaking ball. STAY AWAY FROM ANY BOSTON RELIEVER they are going to do a bullpen by committee. Other than him I don't think there are any good sleepers on the sox that will play for the team opening day. Jeremey Giambi may be a good back-up first base for your team if you have a large league but you should be able to find a better starter. Sorry I could not be a better help.
I don't know if he would have been chosen yet, but having watched him for a few years now, this is the season where if Jon Garland from the White Sox is going to make The Leap it's going to happen now. He could be a 16 win guy this year.
I'm one of those people who like demarkation in my sports.
Let me get through the Super Bowl first and then I'll be all fired up to talk some hot stove.
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I'll probably post up the results of the draft here if you guys want something to go off of. It's been interesting, a lot of people have fallen later than I expected, while a couple of drafters who I thought knew what they were doing seem to have lost their heads.
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Actually, Bellhorn is fairly poor defensively, considering his range factor is below league average at every infield position. Sanchez is an above average SS and an average 2B (but still better than Bellhorn).