If you only start one C, I would drop Clement and pick-up Floyd/Matusz. Not too clear who you're starting in the OF/IF/Util positions, but I would drop your weakest bench bat for the other pitcher. Maybe swap out Chris Perez for Matt Lindstrom too, because Kerry Wood is nearing a return and will most likely be given the closer role back.
Right now here is my typical starting lineup: C - Soto 1B - Fielder 2B - Phillips 3B - Longoria SS - Bartlett IF - A.Cabrera OF - Holliday OF - Lind OF - C.Gonzalez OF - Podsednik Util - Blanks SP - Wainwright, Hamels, Nolasco, (rotate between Slowey, Hughes, Scherzer and Marcum for the final 2 SP spots) RP - Marmol, Soriano Bench - Ad.Jones, Clement, Reimold, Qualls, C.Perez and whichever SP is not in the final 2 SP spots.
Drop Reimold, Pick up Willingham Drop Clement, Pick up Floyd Drop Perez, Pick up Lindstrom (for the same reasons mentioned by above poster)
I like Matusz but playing in AL east and for BALT limits upside this year a tad; Floyd is better than this as are the Whitesox. I am a Willingham believer, as long as he is healthy he can do this all year long. Too much uncertainty with Perez once Wood returns, and Lindstrom has pitched well (albeit limited opportunities in HOU).
Thanks Doc and thejusman1. Only problem Doc is that I didn't list Willingham as another owner already has him on his roster. I listed Wigginton. I already dropped Perez for Lindstrom, Floyd is actually on waivers so I put in a claim (#3 waiver spot) for him which will drop Clement for him if I'm successful. I'm holding onto Reimold at the moment as the injury to Pie should push Reimold back into a clearer starting spot once he recovers from his Achilles injury. Any other thoughts?