Lidge -- I would expect a high K ratio from him and he should easily reclaim the closer role in Houston since Wheeler royally sucks. High upside and also potential for high implosion factor but not as bad as Wheeler.
Myers -- there are a lot of conflicting reports on him as to whether he's headed to the 'pen or rotation. I would expect rotation would be more logical since Gordon is supposed to beat him back to active status. Also, the Phils have several reasonable options in the bullpen aside from Gordon like Alfonsucka and Madson. The Phils need him in the rotation where he'll likely resume being a good-to-mediocre starter with a high 3's ERA, good K's, good win ratio due to strong RS and reasonable WHIP.
Tejada -- I am not so high on Miguel. Wrist injuries can easily sap power and he hasn't been that much of an HR hitter anyway. Only 14 HR since the 06 all star break and this number seems to be continually dropping. He's obviously off the roids at this point and he's reverting to his true power ability which is probably in the low 20's range at best. I think he'll still hit for average and if your league counts two-baggers, then he'll have more value.
Wood -- I would not expect him to see any action in the near future. There's too much injury history to expect him to be able to throw more than a few innings. His stats should be counted by number of pitches, not innings. I wouldn't touch him unless he's actually already participating in live action and even then I would expect him to shut down within a few games. I don't see the Cubs as turning to him over Howry/Dempster/Marmol since Wood is incapable of staying healthy.
Delgado -- I have him at 38 dings and .265 for 2006, not 42 and .280-something. His production is declining fast but he's a reasonable option if you play him in the platoon. He doesn't hit at Shea and I wouldn't expect this to change. The park is simply too pitcher-friendly. 2007 home-road split .217/.263 and 2006 home-road was .226/.304. He's also 26 points higher on BA against righties over his career. If platooned, it means this is a guy who can only play about 30 of the remaining 70+ games where he is on the road AND facing a righty. I think there are better options unless your league is very deep.
Dye -- Has been a total disaster, but don't forget this kind of poor production isn't out of character for him. He was a very, very bad player for several years in Oakland. Unless he puts together some decent games consecutively, I'm inclined to avoid him. He is also an easy target to pitch around since Crede isn't protecting him. His stock is down and still sinking.
Eckstein -- minimal production aside from BA. Doesn't steal much, doesn't hit for power, and despite hitting in front of Phat Albert, he doesn't score that much either. Not sure if he belongs on anybody's roster except in absurdly deep leagues.