1. Jason Bay, LF – Bay struggled in 2007, so he might be available in the middle rounds of your draft. He has a .281 career batting average, but Bay only hit .247 last season. He also suffered a pretty significant drop in home runs, RBIs, runs scored and stolen bases. However, Bay should be able to recover in 2008, so it would be good to grab him around the eighth round. He'll be extremely valuable if he can hit .280 with 25-30 home runs and 100-110 RBIs, which would put him around his career averages.