Unless Victorino is injured, I'd only resign him for a short term and/or at a comparatively low salary. The real linchpin to next season's moves is Hamels. I'm seeing that the issue is over how many years the contract should run. If it's one year, give it to him. If it's a difference of two years, I'd hope for a compromise at one more year. If it's more than that, somebody's probably being unrealistic.
If Hamels is moved, something in LF/3B/starting pitcher need to be addressed. The bullpen behind Papelbon is a mess. Mayberry is proving himself no better than a part of a platoon, but if Nix gets healthy, they might have that. Brown would provide an alternative at one OF spot, but whether he'll ever be a consistent starting OF in the majors is by no means certain.
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Some minds are like concrete--thoroughly mixed up and permanently set.