The interesting question is about Cabrera, who I initially said had no value to any team other than the Yankees. He fit the mold of a player that could do nothing but benefit from being in a Yankee lineup that, year in and year out, consistantly has men on base. His numbers were inflated because of that. I called out the Atlanta Braves for accepting him as any valuable piece in a trade for one of their valuable players. And in 2010, I was proven right as Cabrera hit just .255, 4, 42 and had just 7 stolen bases. But last year I could not have been proven any wronger when Cabrera had a career year with Kansas City hitting .305, 18, 87 with 201 hits and 20 stolen bases. This bodes well for Cabrera's stock which was at an all time low after being non tendered by Atlanta. The question will be: Will a return to the National League make Cabrera back to what he was with Atlanta, or will be be the player he was most recently with the Royals? Who knows?