OBPlover wrote:I'd vote no as well, but this trade is pretty even.
The key here is Stolen bases in an AL only pool. They are much harder to come by than in a mixed league. Jennings is one of the few players that can give you a lot of stolen bases without killing you in another category. He hits HRs and his avg should be ok. He will score a lot of runs and he should get a few more RBIs than your avg leadoff hitter.
Hellickson is good, his ballpark helps him a lot (and hurts Jennings) but his peripherals (K/BB) aren't too great. He could really improve in that area but for now, you got to go with 2011 stats to still base your decisions.
Bourjos is in a bit of danger as an every day player. There's starting to be a lot of pressure on the Angels to score more runs. He's seen as a more defensive outfielder and could lose some playing time.
There's a guy named Trout that's going to be up at some point.. and once he's up, he's going to play every day according to the GM. That means Bourjos, Wells, and Hunter will take turns riding the pine.