The way things are going, any minor league contract could be your next closer. But hey, as reclamation projects go, I'll sign up for 32-year-old who throws in the mid-90s with a groundball rate over 50% and a career strikeout rate over 8 per 9 innings. There's a reason he's getting $2.65 million from the ChiSox. He bombed in Chicago, but you couldn't find a more different approach than Manny versus Ozzie. It's low risk and may come to nothing, but it works for what it is. I wish I'd thought of it.
As I've noted before, Rizzo's MO in building a pitching staff is crystal clear. Groundballers first. If they throw hard, all the better. It's my favorite thing about him so far, even if it does mean that Bergmann and Shell never had a chance.