Wouldn't drop Suzuki for Montero, though I'll add the caveat that I'm more a fan of Suzuki than most. I was carrying him and Russell Martin on one team for months and marveled at how consistently the unheralded Suzuki (21 percent ESPN owned) outperformed Martin.
Would keep an eye on Frasor. Wouldn't make that move right away, because Frasor's closer status has more to do with Downs' injury than the Jays' desire to use Frasor in that role. But that said, Chris Perez has to threaten Wood's job eventually and I also think you aren't going to get too many save chances out of Cleveland in the first place.
Not buying Brett Cecil, but might buy some of the other Toronto pitchers if they happen to still be available. Romero has had a better year than most realize and you could do worse for an end-of-staff guy.
Don't like any of those other players, but might pick up Jones anyway just to take a flier. I think he'll cool off and not be worth much, but if you have the roster spot, why not see if he pans out?
By the way, is that Chan Ho Park on your roster? There's gotta be a better option.
Broadly, your hitting looks solid. Helton is probably weaker at 1B than other contenders have, but otherwise I don't see anything in that lineup that would blatantly hold you back. Pitching is good but unspectacular, and you're right, you need saves. If this is a non-keeper, my first suggestion would be to see what you can get for Tommy Hanson. Not that I don't think he's a good pitcher, but he's young and bound to hit a rough spot after breaking into the league so impressively -- plus because of that start his value will be high. If you can get a comparable starter with a closer tacked on, that alone might make a world of difference for you.
However it goes, best of luck!viewtopic.php?t=395664