Update on Posdada: Posada has caught back-to-back minor league spring games for the first time since shoulder surgery. He threw out 3 of 4 base stealers and was quoted after the game saying, "Now I know I can trust my arm again," Posada said. "That's the only thing I wanted to do -- come out of spring training knowing I can throw somebody out and trust my arm again." Remember, it was his shoulder that kept him out last season...not his knees. In my opinion, a year away from the dish at 37 helped Posada regain some leg strength and durability for this year. I predict him to catch 110-120 games and DH about 25-30, and never expect him to be in the lineup on Sunday for a 12 PM first pitch after catching the night before. Furthermore, he has always posted solid offensive numbers in a position of scarcity and will hit behind Matsui or Tex and in front of Nady or Cano. Anyone have similar or different opinions on his production this year? I picked him up off waivers in a 14 team H2H league. I am now starting him after I traded away Doumit in a deal where i got Oswalt and Pence...eventually wound up with Lincecum and kept Pence as well. I also recommend having a serviceable backup option like Napoli just in case something happens...after all he is 37.