If he's willing to come back for relatively cheap (about what he makes now), re-sign him right now to a 2-year deal. A lefty that can get the fastball up to 96 consistently and has a good curve as well. I know he's struggled here and there, but overall his numbers have been good. I like the idea of having him and Bray as the Reds' top-two lefties out of the pen, paired with Burton and Cordero as the top-two righties. Then you throw in Roenicke and we have a pretty nice all-around bullpen for '09.