Your catching and infield are a bit weak. Helton and Blalock should be fine, but Barmes really needs to step it up this year....and polanco is mainly there for batting average. If Barmes doesn't work out, you may need to upgrade your power at either SS or 2b. Your outfield is terrific, don't touch it! Lots of power and speed mixed in there, you did a really nice job there considering you have to go by the LF, CF, RF rules rather than three OF slots.
As for pitching, I think your relief is okay. You have three potential closers...They aren't terrific, but hopefully they will get the job done. I wouldn't make any moves here until you see how these guys hold up through April and May. Papelbon will probably get eligibility as both a starter and a reliever, so he will be great for versatility and potentially as a keeper...You have terrific starting pitching depth. While you do not have a true ace, like a Halladay or Zambrano. You do have a lot of no. 2/no. 3 starters that should pile up the wins and strikeouts. If you had to deal somone, you could probably include in one of your pitchers in the deal to sweeten the pot.
Targets you could look at: F. Lopez can play SS and 2b...He could help your infield a bit. Craig Biggio might be worth a gamble (should come cheap)....he had 26 homers and over 80 RBI's again last year....he is getting old but he can still hit.
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