It’d be a great pick-up. The Staten Island product has had a fair career in the last few years and would be a solid #5. Mostly, I like him because he pitched at Tottenville. Apparently, he’s also a pretty good hitter. While he only has a .207 career batting average, his average with two outs and runners in scoring position is .292 (in a somewhat statistically robust 49 plate appearances). Higher than A-Rod (really). Ha.