Its still not definate that your gonna have Prior either,but if he comes back to form and Ordonez does youll still be in good shape. id say you would probably benefit if you could get a bat to fill the hole in place of bonds in exchange for some of your pitching. I am likeing Jose Guillen this year, maybe you could pick him or someone in that range up for a SP, other than Oswalt, Prior Santana or a closer ... iiits possible
I agree with previous posts, your pitching, if Prior comes back at full strength, will be by far your better half. Bonds going out really kills you, but is not somehting you won't be able to overcome by dealing one of your SP studs for some help in the OF. And if Maggs is healthy and Giambi can produce without the juice (something he failed to do last year) then I think you are one big bat away from doing really well. So I would take an Oswalt and maybe Jones or Giambi and try to trade for a top-tier OF from someone that has a lot. Or, wait for Richard Hidalgo to start the season really well and then trade him before he fades off in the second month of the season.
You have some variables like Prior, Ordonez, but that is what is great about fantasy. Maggs may have a crap year but he has the potential for 35hr 120RBI. Prior may have year similar to last or he could win 18 and strike out 250
i agree with above, this is a make your break (literally) team. i would concider moving oswalt for some OF power, oswalt has good trade value from last year but i dont think he will reach the win total as the team has lost alot of power in thier lineup - your infiled is real real solid i like the gamble of giambi, but now combined with the gamble of ordonez, bonds, and wilson, something hast to give... you may be able to trade andruw jones for a decent pitcher to help recover the loss of oswalt when trading him for a big stick