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I'd deal Rivera because he'll get you the best return. Guys like Qualls and Wilson won't get you nearly the same quality SP as Rivera. However, they could all likely end up with the same number of saves. Deal the big name to get the best value.
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JMO, but I would deal Fuentes. American league versus a National league closer. No clue how he will do with the Angels, but I am sure he will have some tough moments.
His spring has been tough too. He will get some saves, but ERA could suffer for it. I would say throw him at someone for a 2nd to 3rd starter.
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Only reason I would hold onto Wilson, their pitching promises to be solid this year. Wilson should have some fantastic opportunities for saves.
Although, you are correct, he is a scary closer LOL. Its like you can just wait for him to let loose and blow a huge lead. Nevertheless I think he should be ok.
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