Here is an open thread. (This is the shortest post you will ever get from me.)
The March Problem I am most concerned about—that is, I guess, the one I'm concerned I'm not worried enough about—is the left side of the Cardinals' infield, at least as currently constructed.
Jaime Garcia succeeding in the rotation in 2010 leaves the Cardinals better off in multiple ways. For one thing, Kyle McClellan is probably a better bet at helping the Cardinals in relief in 2010 than, say, Adam Ottavino.
Here are two things the Cardinals did not do correctly when it comes to making a contingency plan for Yadier Molina becoming the latest to give in to peer pressure and suffer an oblique strain.
The Cardinals may be thin at the back of the rotation, but what remains is mostly replacement level—better to see if Kyle McClellan (or Jaime Garcia, or Rich Hill, for that matter) is a plausible multi-year option in the rotation than counting on the difference between any of them and Braden Looper over 25 starts. If that turns out to be a problem, there are others.