The move is what it is...a Krivsky special. Generally low risk (due to length of contract and low money) and high upside (due to the fact that the guy has a great arm). If it works, Wayne is a genius. If it flops, it doesn't cost an arm and a leg and therefore he can't be faulted, theoretically.
But the fact of the matter is they need more. With the money they have spent in the last couple of years, they shouldn't be at the point where they take low-risk flyers on relievers to turn them into starters. The roster construction methodology is all over the place.
This signing in a vacuum looks fine. Looking at it in conjunction with everything else and I just shrug my shoulders. The Cordero move is really starting to look more and more like a poor allocation of resources.