there are alot of those pitchers that i'd have some interest in depending on the money and circumstances. some will end up signing one year minor league contracts built around incentives and i'd love it the reds did that with one or two and if the reds can get lucky with a decent solid mor sp for $5-8 million that can work. but if the reds take on one big contract and only one it HAS to be an offensive player.
the people that want one or two starting pitcher(s) that would easily cost a total of $20 million+ plus a bat that would cost another $10m don't want the reds to be the tampa of '09. they want the reds to be the yankees of '09.