Sorry, couldn’t resist an ’80’s Duran Duran reference. So it looks like Ned is zeroing in on lefty Randy Wolf. As MLB.com reports, last year Wolf had 33 starts, going 12-12 with a 4.30 ERA. When Randy pitched for the Dodgers in 2007 he started 18 games and was 9-6 with a 4.73 ERA.
My take is that Wolf is a solid #3 starter. Nothing really to get excited about here, given that on average he made it through 5.7 innings last year, but there aren’t that many left-handers left out there and Randy has proven to be a productive starter when healthy.