I agree with wallywojo, start going through waivers or making trades happen for closers, as both of Aardsma and Hawkins are merely injury fill-ins. Also, when B.J. Ryan comes back from the DL he's going to be used in late relief and Downs will stay the closer, according to Toronto's GM, so that only compounds this situation.
You're team is stacked with heavy hitters, and wallywojo is right in saying that most of them are just off to slow starts. For your headlining talents like Rollins, Wright, and McLouth, it is too early to start worrying, but there's some people on your roster you may want to think twice about, specifically Jose Guillen and Galaragga. Guillen's a notoriously streaky guy, so try not get caught during one of his cold spells as he'll completely murder your average. He's been producing pretty well lately, but pay attention to any prolonged streaks where he can't find the ball. Galaragga's bad, or at least he has been tonight and for the past three starts. Last year's record and his good start to the year suggest that he's better than this, but until he proves otherwise I can't recommend you start the guy. Hope this helps.
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