Carlos Torres/RHP/New York Mets- Torres is a decent cheap relief pitcher who can get guys out. Torres is having a decent season with an ERA of 3.38 and a WHIP of 2.38, both near his career averages.
Buddy Carlyle/RHP/New York Mets- the other Met on this list is the veteran Buddy Carlyle. Buddy has been around for a long time and is have a nice season at the age of 36. In 20 innings pitched this season, he owns an ERA of 1.33 and a WHIP of 0.89, both well below his career averages. This one has bad idea written all over it.
Matt Belisle/RHP/Colorado Rockies- Belisle is having a solid season in
owning an ERA of 4.80 and a WHIP of 1.89. Remember, those numbers are inflated
in the climate. Belisle is a veteran
who can get people out. Rocky Mountain
Javy Guerra/RHP/Chicago White Sox- Guerra is having a great season on the South side. As stands, Guerra is sporting a 2.88 ERA and a WHIP of 1.31 on the season, both right exactly at his career averages. Guerra would make a lot of sense for
Tony Sipp/LHP/Houston Astros- Sipp is having a magnificent season in
sporting a 2.41 ERA and a WHIP of 0.78 in 41 innings pitched. Sipp is very
available and I am surprised Melvin hasn’t made a move for him yet.