I think your Mets winning it all is a little baised. Espiecally considering that you're a Mets fan. (David Wright is an elite third basemen in fantasy baseball though, I'll admit that much)
For me, the Braves will make it back into the postseason. The main reason is their pitching. If they don't make it, I believe it'll be because of offense related issues.
For pitching, you have three former closers in your bullpen. Bob Wickman (Indians closer and current closer for the Braves), Mike Gonzalez (Pittsburgh closer), and Rafeal Soriano (The future closer in Seattle).
You starting rotation also consists of John Smolts, Tim Hudson, Mike Hampton, Chuck James, and Kyle Davies. Kyle Davies is young, so I expect him to get better this year. Chuck James made about 15 or so starts last year, and I really like his potential for this year. Mike Hampton is questionable coming off surgery. Tim Hudson still hasn't learned the NL I suppose, but one of these days, he will return to his former self. John Smoltz is an ace no matter how you look at it.
The offense is good, but has a few question marks. You have Andrew Jones who is in a contract year, so his offense could possibly increase (although he's already a top fantasy outfielder), but he may not resign with the Braves after this year. Brain McCann is the best catcher in the National League, no contest. Edgar Renteria is a good shortstop. Chipper Jones is a good 3B, just has problems staying healthy. Jeff Franceour has great Power Potential, just strikes out too much. For our 1B options, 2B options (I think Kelly Johnson is going to be the starter), and for Ryan Langerhans (in a possible platoon situation at OF?), I not too confident. If Kelly Johnson stays at 2B, I believe he will be a good offensive 2B. He has a career .241 batting average however. Scott Thorman (1B starter or platoon?) is a rookie, but if it is a platoon situation, they have Craig Wilson who I really like. For Ryan Langerhans, he's a weak offensive outfielder, can't steal bases, and hit a .241 batting average last year. On base percentage was .350 and slugging percentage was .378. Yes, he's fairly young (27 this year), but I don't think he'll help at all offensively.
NOTE: I wish the Braves would have kept Wilson Betemit, and trading Adam LaRoche for Mike Gonzalez was a bad move in my opinion. Yes, our bullpen has increased even more, but LaRoche had great power potential. Plus, getting a 3rd closer wasn't really needed considering we already had Soriano and Wickman at that point in time.
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