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Seattle Mariners Shortstop

Comparison: Jack Wilson vs. Josh Wilson

Opinion: Josh has a better batting average, can play 1B, 2B, 3B, and pitcher, plus Jack is coming off the DL so he's more injury-risk!

Decision: Josh Wilson

Texas Rangers Starters

Comparison: Scott Feldman, C.J. Wilson, Colby Lewis, Dustin Nippert, Derek Holland, and Tommy Hunter

Opinion: Feldman has the highest ERA on the team. Lewis, Wilson, and Hunter have been successful this year. Holland and Nippert are adequate fill-in starters, and McCarthy is in the minors, developing into a quality pitcher with a plus-curveball.

Decision: Colby Lewis, C.J. Wilson, Tommy Hunter, Derek Holland, sign someone (Nippert, Feldman=???)

Washington Nationals Second Baseman

Comparison: Alberto Gonzalez and Adam Kennedy.

Opinion: Gonzalez is the best defender, and he also can play short, so he might be the best option. That leaves Kennedy, an experienced veteran, to sit on the bench and back up 2nd, 1st, and left field, or be cut.

Decision: Start Gonzalez and cut Kennedy, then use Mike Morse as a 3B-SS-OF combo off the bench.

Houston Astros Infield

Comparison: Geoff Blum, Jeff Keppinger, Tommy Manzella, Chris Johnson, Brett Wallace, and minor leaguer Ramon Vazquez.

Opinion: Wallace at 1st, Johnson at 3rd, Blum backing them up, then Keppinger and Manzella up the middle.

Decision: Wallace 1B, Keppinger 2B, Manzella SS, Johnson 3B, Blum off bench, Vazquez in minors.

Chicago White Sox Closer

Comparison: Matt Thornton

Opinion: Jenks is the normal closer, and has blown a few saves this year. Meanwhile, as a set-up/late inning reliever, Thornton has held down 5 saves. Jenks is the better closer option, but overall...

Decision: Jenks got signed by Boston.