Re: Walt Jocketty has to make a move for this bullpen or a offensive bat
The only bat I would look at trading for is DeJesus from KC and putting him in CF. He doesn't have nearly as much range and speed as Stubbs or Heisey, but he's still pretty solid. And being able to plant a bat in the lead-off spot with a .380 OBP percentage would allow us to keep BP hitting 2nd and move Cabrera down in the lineup where he belongs. Not to mention, he'll probably see better success, moving from the AL to the NL, playing half of his games at GAB, and playing for a contender. That's the only bat I would trade for right now.
As far as starting pitching goes...I'm not sure. Really don't see much available that would bolster our starting pitching by a wide margin. There's no point to make a trade for the sake of making a trade.
And the bullpen definitely could use some improvement, but the problem is, it's slim pickings for bullpen help. If we want to land a good reliever, it's going to be 'The Trade' all over again and we're going to have to give up a good amount in return. Let's just hope Isringhausen thinks it's 2003.