I don't particularly want to give up Duchscherer; I drafted him as a sleeper and needless to say he's paid off, so he's like a prodigal son to me at this point. However, I think I have a chance to really upgrade my hitting so it might be a case of "if you love someone, let him go." I proposed a somewhat lowball of a deal to a leaguemate: My Duchscherer, Garza, Votto, and Weeks for his Cain, Carmona, and Morneau. The other owner balked at the Votto/Weeks combo but also said "I want to accept your trade because I need pitching."
My original target in this trade was Cain, but now that I see that I have a chance to get Morneau I really want to get this thing done. The only hitch is I'm no longer convinced that Cain/Carmona won't be a noticeable downgrade, so getting Morneau at a discount is a must. Here's my team -- what's the most I should offer instead of Votto/Weeks to snag Morneau? He's got a hole at middle infield and is shallow in the OF.
12-team mixed, 27-man roster, points league
ss- Aviles (w/ Tulo on the DL)
OF- C. Lee
OF- T. Hunter
OF- M. Cameron
UTIL- B. Francisco
SP- Webb, Duchscherer, Pettite, Garza, Wolf (blech), and I'm holding Liriano, Snell, and G. Gonzalez
RP- Rivera, Torres, Broxton
Duchscherer and Garza should be enough for Morneau and Cain (or Carmona) and it's a trade I would do. Do you need more? You could throw in Weeks, because you have Tulo and Weeks has lost a bunch of value with the addition of Durham. I suppose you could toss in Gonzalez. Honestly, you don't have a lot of parts you can move. I mean, you could move a lot of players (like Swisher) but the other team's not going to want him.