Concern mentioned here for Sir Albert and other big names.
Albert Pujols, Cardinals: He was the first pick in 99.99992 percent of all non-keeper, non-auction drafts. As such, you probably have as much chance of prying him out of the clammy hands of his current owner as you do of participating in space travel. Nonetheless, here's my case for dealing Prince Albert away: He lacks lineup protection, with Scott Rolen struggling with back spasms and Jim Edmonds looking dizzy, to put it charitably. Additionally, unless David Eckstein and Chris Duncan morph into on-base machines, Pu won't have as many RBI opportunities as he did in years past.
I ain't sayin' he'll dip much below .320/35/110, but there are several first basemen (Teixeira, Morneau, Lee) and first-base-eligible guys (Berkman, Sheffield) who could approach that same plateau. If someone in your league will give you one of them along with a few other trinkets for Pu, pounce.