NEW YORK - AUGUST 07: Felix Doubront #61 of the Boston Red Sox delivers a pitch in the eight-inning against the New York Yankees on August 7 2010 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. Yankees defeated the Red Sox 5-2. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Now we're into the tough ones.
So far, we've been focusing on the guaranteed players. Even if you don't expect Josh Beckett to have a great year, you can reasonably expect he'll pitch a certain amount, grab a certain number of wins, etc. There are a couple categories where you've at least got a pretty good floor to work with, barring injury.
What we know is that they're going to start the season as starters. What we don't know is whether or not they'll last there. Half a season, and they could reach 140 innings. A third, and it's 100. The whole way and they could start pushing 200--though the organization may have something to say about Daniel Bard making such a major leap.
For now, though, it's time to take your best shot at pegging down Felix Doubront, be he primarily a starter or primarily a reliever as the season goes on.
The Google Docs form seems to have worked well for Josh Beckett, so we'll stick with this method for now. Fill out the form (after the jump), and I'll take it from there.
You can see everyone else's predictions here.