With things so quiet on the trade front, you have to assume that the winter meetings will start the momentum of the offseason going—someone will overpay for a reliever that had a career year or a position player that was great two years ago but has been injured since. The question for us is, what will Jim Hendry do? Yes, getting rid of Heilman was a good move and saved $2 million, but once again Hendry overpaid for a middle-of-the-road reliever: $3.75 million a year for John Grabow is another bad bullpen move. This is like Danys Baez, or Ron Mahay, or Jeremy Affeldt, but luckily for only two years. I anticipate that Harden won't be back and Gorzelanny probably beats out Sean Marshall for the No. 5 spot. (Don't even joke that maybe Jeff Samardzija might make it, that ...
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