1. Eric Turnbow: Turnbow has been fantastic and is working on a contract year. His previous seasons have been good, this one is outstanding. He is coming off a huge contract. What is he asking for next season?
2.Victor Fernandez: Fernandez has pitched often and been pretty good. He is averaging over 9k/9
3.Brutus Chambers: Chambers has been a rock at the end of the Cleveland bullpen.
4.Terry Hunt: I almost missed hunt but his 88 IP out of the pen and his 12-0 record could easily have him as high as second on this list.
5.Wilbur Osborn: Osborn's numbers are very good but his ratings are a puzzler. His durability is too low to be either a reliable starter or a full time reliever. How would be the best way to maximize innings?
Marino Ayala, Larry Dye, and Tony Sanchez have all been fantastic. Sanchez is a perfect 27-27 in save opportunites. None of them meet the IP criteria.