I think Percival is going to be injured fairly early in the season, face it, the dude's old and is more worried about staying healthy than playing baseball...not a good formula, ask Griffey or Drew.
That being said, my question is, who would be next in line for saves? I have heard both Donnelly and Francisco Rodriquez mentioned. I drafted K-Rod in the last round of my draft in the hopes it is him, but also b/c i had an extra roster spot and he helps in ERA/WHIP and Ks. Anyone have any thoughts/inside info about who would take over? If memory serves me correctly, Donnelly got the nod last year when Percival was down, and did well...but I also know that K-Rod is thought of as the team's future closer, so I guess it will just be a management decision?
p.s. Ordinarily I wouldn't be following a closer's potential injuries this closely, but Anaheim has a great team this year and respectable (though not great) starting pitching, so I think their closer, whoever it turns out to be, will be very valuable this year.