I have been a strong opponent of dealing Aaron Harang in recent weeks. However, with the Reds' recent performance and Bronson Arroyo's implosion, it is becoming more and more evident that Harang will end up on the trading block as we approach the end of the month. Given the Halladay rumors/thread and the Harang/Kemp thread, I was thinking about potential suitors and a proper return. Published reports seem to indicate the Yankees, Dodgers, Phillies and Brewers are the most interested parties in acquiring a player like Harang (the Rangers likely can't afford his contract.) So my question is this- what do you look for in a realistic return for Harang at this point? Which one of the above deals would you like best? Are they too much or too little for a workhorse like Harang? Keep in mind this appears to be a sellers' market, and the losers of the Halladay derby may be inclined to overpay. Is there any way the Reds would deal with Milwaukee and keep him in the division?
EDIT: I should have added a fifth and sixth option:
5. ALL OF THE ABOVE
6. NONE OF THE ABOVE
Feel free to include these in text below.