I don't think I would do that trade. Pujols at 47 is just too high for my liking, unless you plan on moving Pujols in another deal and getting cheaper players back.
Even if you didnt keep Pujols but kept the other players, you'd be way over the cap. Are you planning on keeping everyone? That would help in making the determination on this deal. I would say you're dropping Chris Young and Kurt Suzuki for sure, but to make this fit, you're looking at letting Zobrist go, or Fielder with little chance of getting them back in the auction since you'd be near the cap otherwise. So you kind of have to add them to this deal, making the trade not worthwhile. The only play you'd be getting back that I'd consider a value and not market rate is Dunn at 5.
47 for Albert is just too much, regardless of a 16 team league, and he is going to start to decline, it almost started last year until he poured it on. The guy trading him, in my opinion, is not planning on keeping him and want to see if he can get someone to bite.
Honestly, not thrilled with the Granderson offer either. I mean, it's a killer haul on the surface, but you're sending away some crazy value...Rios at $4 is insane. He's easy $20 value for 2013. As solid ad Grandy and Stanton will be, I don't think either of them will actually come close to their keeper price. Additionally, assuming it's Rafael Soriano and not Alfonso, his role for 2013 isn't determined yet...if he ends up as a CL somewhere, having him for $1 is fantastic.
And I agree with all the other sentiment on the first offer; Pujols isn't worth $47. I'm so-so on Dunn, but I don't think he should be the guy driving any sort of deal. I'd stay put.
I'm not a fan of the Pujols deal, tying up $47 would be too much for my liking. And while the Granderson deal looks like a haul for you, Granderson for a little less than 1/6 of your budget is unappealing to me as well. ANd this is coming from someone who has won leagues with Granderson the last two years...he's clearly on his way down and wouldn't pay that much just for his power.