This team could finish first, but could finish last. It all rests on Gordon, Upton, Butler, Votto, Bruce, Jones, etc. In three years, all of these guys should be legitimate studs. But right now they're question marks. I think Gordon is going to be fine at 3B, especially since it would be difficult to pursue a top end player in trade (ARod, Cabrera, Wright, Atkins). You might have a shot at a guy like Zimmerman, but he has a habit of getting off to terrible starts and has almost nothing around him. And besides, you don't need one more guy with potential. So I would stand pat at 3B. IMO you need a 4th SP. Let one of your prospects go and pick up someone you can count on to be healthy and consistent to counterbalance Pedro. I agree with the earlier post about paring Pena and Victorino for a trade package. Look for a solid, proven bat or another legitimate #2 starter. I'm not saying that Pena will not have a good year, I think that .290/30/90-100 is realistic, but you should be able to find someone to trade who IS expecting last year to repeat, and is thus willing to part with a greater amount of talent. Good luck!
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