The one exception could be Ben Sheets, who might have made a mistake by turning down the Brewers' offer of arbitration, which would have guaranteed a salary of at least $12 million in 2009. There have been no reports of a team making the multi-year offer that Sheets figured he'd get on the market. If the injury-prone right-hander comes back to the Brewers and proposes a reasonable deal to return, what would be their response? "I don't know," said Melvin. "We'd have to look at that and see. It's a possibility (to work something out). He seems to be a real mystery on the market right now. You don't hear much about him."Doug Melvin Haudricourt also mentions that a Cameron for Swisher trade was possibly discussed. About this Sheets thing, though-- do it, please.