This seems to be working its way around the blogosphere, so I thought I would take a crack at it. Here is the All Paul Team.
Paul Derringer - had four 20 win seasons with the Reds and was 16-11 for the Cubs their last pennant winning season, 1945.
Paul (Dizzy) Trout - Was a twenty game winner twice with the Tigers in the mid-40's and is the father of former Cub Steve Trout.
Paul (Daffy) Dean - the lesser of the two Dean brothers, but won 19 games in both 1934 and 1935.
Paul Splittorff - the ace of the Royals in the 70's, he won 20 games in 1973 an 19 in 1978
Paul Lindblad - spent 14 years out of the bullpen, mostly with the A's.
Paul Assenmacher - another lefty, mainly for the Braves and Cubs. He had a wicked breaking curveball.
Paul Reuschel - well, we needed a righty out of the pen, and he was with the Cubs, so I picked him. You got a problem with that??!!
Catcher: Paul LoDuca - I guess it would be OK to have a four time all star as our starting catcher.
First Base: Paul Konerko - It pains me a bit to put someone from the Sox on my team, but you can't deny a three time all star with a four season home run string of 41-40-35-31.
Second Base: Paul Molitor: Hall of Fame, 3319 career hits, 7 time all star; he'll do! (I know that he played more games at third than second, but I have no one else for second base.)
Shortstop: Slim pickin's here, so I'll go with a another Cub: Paul Popovich. He was more of a utility guy who could play all three infield spots. He was also a childhood favorite of mine because he was a Paul. I'm making the team, so he's my shortstop.
Third Base: More slim pickings - Paul Schaal: He had a few acceptable seasons as the Royals third baseman in the early '70's.
Paul Waner - "Big Poison" 1927 NL MVP, 4 time all star, Hall of Fame. He's a pretty good start to the outfield.
Paul Blair - A two time all star and starter for Earl Weaver's dominating teams of the early '70's.
Paul O'Neil - 5 time all star, won several championships with the Yankees and Reds, and was in a Seinfeld episode. The Seinfeld appearance by itself would put him on the team!
Overall prospects for the team: Starting pitching seems OK, but the bullpen is very weak. Half the infield is great, half sucks. The outfield should hold be able to hold its own.