If I could make only one move between now and 4:00 tomorrow (other than acquiring Webb), I'd bust my tail to move Milton out. With the seemingly high price being paid for pitching, I think there has to be some takers out there for him. We get him off the books for 2007 (although this seems to be less of a mantra with Cast as the prior regime) and we lose a pretty poor performer or at least one so ill-suited for GABP with the potential to get something in return. Now, I have no idea what the specific market would be for an Eric Milton, but if Lopez and Redman are on some teams wish list, then there has to be one. I also don't think this lessens our chances for this year as I think Dumatrait/Germano could give similar results. In all honesty I don't think this is the Reds' year but feel with a few off season moves and promotions, 2007 could be. I shudder to think that next year still has Milton in the rotation. Move him while you have the chance as I don't see him being moved over the Winter.