After every fantasy baseball draft, team owners assess their strengths and weaknesses and compare their team to the others in the league.
Baseball, more than in any other sport, has its share of surprising players during the course of a season. The surprises can be either good or bad. Teams that end up having a lot of bad surprises usually don't stick in the playoff race very long while those with some good surprises (see the Cleveland Indians) tend to battle their way to the top.
The first month of the 2011 MLB season is no different. The thing owners need to seriously ask themselves is, "Is this guy for real?" Or in the case of the bad surprise, "Can he turn it around?"
That's why I am here, to try to figure it all out for you.