Dan wrote:you starting pitchters are superior, only your RPs are a big question mark. With Worrell only the setup man and Guardado also is no absolut lock in Seattle...o if you want to upgrade anything, get a more proven/reliable trying to deal Webb,Zambrano or Washburn or even Colon!
I have to disagree with dealing Colon, especially since your league's counting CG/SHO - Colon seems to be good for 1 or 2 CG shutouts a year. Also how is Guardado NOT a lock in Seattle? As much as I love Hasegawa, he's going back to his util reliever role he was so crucial in last year.
You could use another power bat if some of your guys (Griffey, Green) don't rebound the way they should.... I see you've stockpiled on SERIOUS speed: Pierre, Sanchez, Crawford, and Abreu to a lesser extent. If your comeback players don't pan out you can always dangle these guys plus Zambrano/Beckett/Webb for some good help. (Triples and SF scoring too?)
I'd go Nathan or Nen if you want more RP help. Lot of folks seem to think Graves is just keeping the mound warm for Ryan Wagner and Wickman just isn't as good an option as the other two. Worrell and Washburn I think are your two most expendable slots.