I'd keep Burrell on upside alone. He has looked much better at the plate this spring. His stance is different and he's laying off of pitches that he chased last year. Myabe I'm a little biased, being a Phils fan and all
"What is Burrells upside again? 30-35 hrs, 100 rbis, .270 avg?"
Not sure how you can make this statement when Burrell's numbers from 2002 were better than that with an inferior lineup: 37 hrs, 116 rbis, .282 avg. And nobody knows what effect the new ballpark will have. I expect 30 100 .275, but 40 115 .285 wouldn't shock me. The Phils might score A LOT of runs this year.