I find Granderson and McLouth cut from similar cloth. Granderson should be stealing 20-25 bases a year, like he did in 2007. He's a 25/25 guy who hits .280+. McLouth had his one year last year, and he wasn't even supposed to start the year in Pittsburgh. Had a great Spring Training in 2008, and then his stellar year was history. But he is a 25/25 guy who hits .275. So I think they are similar. Webb is a top of a fantasy pitching staff ace. 2 time Cy Young winner, low 3.00, low Whip pitcher with a 7.27 K/9 inning career. Batting average against .243. Lester is a second or third fantasy pitching staff pitcher. No time Cy Young winner, High 3.50+, higher than Webb Whip pitcher, with a 6.64 K/9 inning career. .265 Batting average against. Lester is getting better, but he is no Webb, if in fact Granderson and McLouth are similar, assuming McLouth can possibly even match what he did last year, I would take the Granderson/Webb side if I had to put money on it.