Re: Offseason Priorities
I say 1 and 3 go together. A winning line-up can afford to have Stubbs or Cozart in it, especially if the defense is there. Having both of them in it makes things considerably harder. Whichever one you choose to replace (I'd vote for Stubbs, since some other team might be tricked into thinking he has residual trade value), you move heaven and earth to make him an OBP/top of the order bat.
Filling the hole in LF could also be spun as filling a hole at 3B, with Frazier moving to left. Just depending on what's available.
Meaningful discussion with both Latos and Bailey would be on my to-do list, too.