I am in a H2H points keeper league, we keep up to 4 players. Right now, my team is in a nice situation, with Verlander, Halladay, CLee and then Pujols. The only negative with these guys is that, well, it's not the youngest group of guys. Only Verlander is under 30. I just traded for Halladay; he is 34, but continues to be spectacular. Lee is 33, also very good, but probably my #3 SP now. If I traded a SP, he would be the one, but I kinda like my Big 3. This leaves me with my one hitter, Albert. He continues to rake, but is 32, plays with injuries and the Angels don't have a lot of lineup support.
Would it be wise to deal Albert for nearly any hitter/player in the league and maybe receive a little draft pick compensation along the way? While some players will still be untouchable due to their owners not willing to trade, would any of the following players make sense?
-CC (he would be my #4 SP and my staff would be insane, but you wonder if all his IP's will wear him down)
-Strasburg (a little worried with the TJ surgery and inning limit)
-Tulo (best SS in fantasy and only 27, but streaky/injury risk)
-Justin Upton (only 24 years old, but not certain if he will be fantastic or just really good - remember its Pujols here)
-Jose Bautista (purely due to 3B eligibility, but 31 years old and other team wants pitching).
-Any 2B (Cano, Pedroia)
-Other 1B except M-Cab (Prince, A-Gon, Votto [Votto may not net me much compensation though])
---M-Cab/Braun/Longoria/Kemp/Kershaw/Felix/Lincecum are not available for trade.
What do you think? I would probably not trade Pujols for any player straight up and am happy to have him, but if I can net some draft compensation, it could be a possibility.