2. Chad Cordero, RHP – Last season, Cordero collected 37 saves and a 3.36 ERA in 75 innings. While it wasn't as dominant as his 2005 performance (47 saves, 1.82 ERA), Cordero should still be considered a solid closer. He'll likely have 40-45 saves this season. Cordero will be a steal in the middle rounds if he's able to get his ERA back below 3.00. Draft him in the 12th round or later.