Wade has spent most of the offseason fixing that bullpen, and he feels like Brandon Lyon and Mat Lindstrom. Personally I would have tried to get hold of former Pittsburgh reliever Matt Capps who signed last month. The addition of Brett Myers is obviously important for a no.3 pitcher, but just as much rests on the emergent Bud Norris.
Norris had an ok debut towards the tail end of 2009, and the kid has the talent to be a middle of the road pitcher. He was 6-3 in 11 starts with a 4.53 ERA, but his WHIP was 1.53 which is quite a big number. At 25, and towards the back end of the rotation all you need is a guy who will keep you close in games, not get blown out of the game early (something that happened far too often with Hampton and Ortiz pitching), which tires your bullpen out. Norris is featured in today's piece on MLB.com.
Hopefully someone will step up to the number 5 spot, because as much as I like Brian Moehler, I would like to have someone who is shooting higher than he is. At times he pitched well, but his 5.47 ERA can't have impressed anyone.
The left side of the infield, well that is anyone's guess. Pedro Feliz is probably an ok signing for the money he's getting. He'll drive in a decent amount of runs for you, and you need that in your number 6 position, which is where he'll probably slot in, behind Berkman and Lee, and either in or behind Pence. Although he's capable of driving in runs, he has a pretty lousy career OPS of .715. And he's 35 in April.