Burroughs and Ensberg were 1, 2 on my list. The main reason I took Burroughs was that I think he'll hit in front of Nevin and Klesko and be more involved in the offense while Ensberg is likely to a #6 hitter (albeit a good one).
I love the word "buttdart" and plan on using it conversation in the near future. As for Sheffield, this really is the ultimate test of the Sheffield Effect. He left an underachieving team and went to a club that's won 10 straight divisions. If the Dodgers soar and the Braves stumble, I believe that proves my hypothesis. If not, oh well, it's been a fun hypothesis.
And this does seem a good year to make some non-standard picks. The real trick is figuring out who's likely to challenge what has become the norm over the past few seasons.
Baseball isn't a magic trick ... it doesn't get spoiled if you figure out how it works. - gonelong
I'm witchcrafting everybody.