3b maybe, but I might look at another outfielder. Jaun Gone may get off to a burning start, then packeage him in a deal to get a catcher and a more solid outfielder, like chipper. Ensburg might be a weak link as well, but I'm not sure I like relying on Alex Sanchez to be a full time util and backup OF in case someone goes down (Juan Gone). Bottome line, you have an abundance of good pitching and at least some question marks in the line up. pre-season trades are harder to do, but it makes sense for you to gove up some pitching, even if it is one of your frontline guys, to get more assured hitting.
I prefer let the season start, maybe shake for a month or so, then look at who might be overvalued (Carl Everett, Juan Gone, Kyle Lohse) then try to deal them for more solid guys who may have had a slow start, like Jim Thome, Miguel Tejada, something like that. In this case, you need a catcher, so I'd watch the FA wire. Many catchers start the season hot because they are not yet tired from the rigors of a long season of catching (Mike Matheny last year). Then, after the season shakes a bit, make a deal for posada and a frontline 3b or OF.
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