The good. Wells has allegedly agreed to stay. Which, I guess, is good. And if he shows he is healthy in his first couple starts, could increase the likelihood of Clement or Arroyo being dealt.
The bad. Slightly ironic that in week filled with stories about one man's exclusion from the HOF, one of the most questinable electees ever makes the news. Regardless (of course Kirby is not to be blamed for the idiocy of the BBWAA), get well Kirby. Yet again strubk by health issues are far to early an age.
The Ugly. In particular David Riske's and rudy Seanez's lines. This continues Riske's late 2005 decline - hell he was practically sent to Siberia by Eric Wedge. And Seanez was an utter disaster the first time around. If Foulke is still hurting as reported and Riske and Seanez are this year's Embree/Mantei/Jeremei Gonzalez/John Halama/Blaine Neal, the revamped bullpen is not nearly as deep as originally planned. On the bright side, DelCarmen and Meredith pitched well, so even if a few guys (but hopefully not three or four) are ineffective, there is some depth to hopefully step in.