First, it's completely untrue to claim that Francoeur has had only one good month. When the 2011 dust settles I believe it'll show he had the best season of his career. Don't get me wrong, he did have a great April (.926 OPS), but he also had a great July (.908 OPS) and is having a good August (.813). He is 5 home runs and 1 stolen base away from the being the just the fourth Royal to have a 20/20 season, so you can see the one good month argument is not rooted in fact.
Here are monthly splits:
My preference for next season would be an outfield of Gordon/Cain/Cabrera, which obviously now isn't going to happen. What we'll most likely get is an encore presentation of this season's outfield with Cain as their backup ready to step in should Cabrera regress to his pre-2011 self. In 2013 I expect to see a Gordon/Cain/Francouer with Myers replacing Francoeur, if not at some point that season, then definitely the next. That scenario is, of course, assuming Cain will productive, which frankly we just don't know.
There is also the chance that Moore will use Myers as trade bait this winter in an attempt to upgrade the rotation. Depending on the return he'd get I'm not sure that would be a bad idea.
I'm not enamored that Francoeur received two years but I don't believe it's the abomination some are making it out to be either.