IF (4/5) - Fielder is solid and Hardy is a very good offensive SS. But Weeks and Hall have to improve their averages, which I think they will. Kendall is reliable and good in the clutch (for a catcher). Decent depth all around.
OF (4/5) - The three starters combined for 82 homeruns. That's impressive. But there's not much to back these guys up. For some reason this organization does not give Tony Gwynn a fair shot, in my opinion, and he's one of the best minor leaguers I've seen in a while.
SP (2.5/5) - Saying that it really hurts to lose Sheets and Sabathia is an understatement. What's left? Who is the ace? He'd have to be healthy. Dave Bush? His ERA against the Cubs was over 6.00. That's not an ace. If Gallardo is healthy, he could become an ace. We'll see. Is Capuano even going to pitch? The rest of the possible starters are young, inexperienced, average, or a combination of those.
RP (3/5) - I like the combination of Hoffman and Julio. Some other young guys will have a shot to win jobs here. Mark DiFelice pitched pretty well in a couple of call-ups. I think he'll be in the mix. Same for Stetter and Dillard. But the problem is that the bullpen may often be stretched out and put in a position to hold the other team down and let the offense come back and score some runs.
Wildcards: DiFelice, Capuano, Gwynn
NOTE: Looks like Sheets could still re-sign. We'll keep an eye on it.