I went a little light on IP because of Petco -- even though a number of other teams will be in high octane stadiums -- as I have a very solid defense behind fairly solid pitchers in a ballpark that doesn't allow runs. I don't figure this league will play like a normal $80m league, so I figure I can get probably around 15% more IP from my pitcher over RL as opposed to the standard 10%.
I didn't really pay attention to the IP of each pitcher as I was drafting them, I went solely by OAV#/WHIP#/HR/9#+... I only made one exception to that rule, taking the '88 Moore instead of the '85 based on performance history. So, this will be an interestingly set up rotation and bullpen, but a strong one.
My defense is solid, especially for my home stadium, and my offense is about standard for the era. I do have more triples than I would've guessed from a team in the fairly modern era, and I have a few legit speed and power threats. Plus, Even though it is griffin's worst season, he normalizes excellent with AVG+/OBP+/SLG+ all at or above 110, so his # slash looks like .269/.347/.369. Which, when you factor in his defense, makes him a great selection.
My first five hitters (Griffin, Bradley, Reynolds, Paciorek, Davis) will do well, it's my 6 hitter (Presley) and my two platoons at SS (Owen, Milbourne, Tartabull) and C (Valle, Bradley, Cochrane) that I worry about offensively. Though the 3rd part of both of those should make great PHers!