If you're currently sitting in the top 3rd in other batting cats look to move a player who contributes there and bringing in some SB's. It's early enough in the season that you can make deals to try to equal out your stats to stay in the top 3rd. If the cat you deal ends up dropping below that top 3rd mark, in a month and a half or so make another deal from a new area of strength, perhaps WINS/K's etc, to balance it back out. I am all about letting the team I draft take the first 5-6 weeks to establish themselves, (while adding over reaction drops by other managers) and then around 6 weeks, dealing from whatever area(s) I have a 10+ in (12 team league) to bring up a cat that is below 9 points. Make more moves in Late July, to swing around any cats that are lagging at that point, then one more set of trades right before the deadline.