Solid picks. Mine is pretty similar:
Outfield Gassaway, Hays, Mullins
Bench Levy, Rosa, Ring, Sisco, Billingsly
Starters Wells, Akin, Muckinhirn, Lee, Peluffo
Relievers Katz, Means, Scott, Meisinger, Hess, Peralta
This was actually harder than I thought it would be. Some tough choices, especially bullpen.
I know we had serious interest, what ended up being the reason we didn't land him? He has far exceeded what I anticipated seeing from him, in Minnesota or anywhere else. It's not the toughest place to pitch but it's frustrating seeing what we ended up with knowing he was there to be signed.
Dylan has the mentality that makes you think he wants the ball when we need a win most. It feels like an unusually big game for May out of the division -- I'm excited for it.
The Tigers have made several deep playoff runs in the past few years, thanks in large part to their willingness to sign proven, elite starting pitching.
The O's are still stupid for not making moves like that.
MINNESOTA T WINS
Ervin Ramon Santana - RHP (6-2, 2.07 ERA) ) *
* ) Leads the Major Leagues in Shutouts (1) and Hits Ceded Per 9 Innings (4.279)
BALTIMORE O RIOLES
Dylan Matthew Bundy - RHP (5-2, 2.97 ERA)