The NAP is really the teams' power hitter. If you divide his HR numbers into his at bats you will see that compared to the rest of the team, he has more home runs for at bats than anyone on the team, even when Guerrero was on the team. So trading Napoli would not be a sound decision based on the fact that fans go to the ball park not only to see a victory but to see a slugger "Blast" one or two out of the park. That is what brings in the fans and that means revenue$$$$
Who in their right mind doesn't enjoy seeing a towering fly ball leave the farthest part of the park? especially against the opposing team.
Mike has that ability and that also stimulates or if you pref-fur motivate the rest of the team. I hope Mr. Napoli doesn't become another lost great player because of another "Stupid" management decision like so many before.
Wood on the other hand has had more than a fair share of time to show his stuff, so see yah drift Wood.