Daniel Hudson expected to be in bullpen again this year.
Hudson was at one time a highly touted starting pitcher prospect, but after struggles and injuries throughout his first couple of seasons, he finally made the move to the bullpen last year. He was successful for the most part, touting a nice K/9 ratio and an average ERA. Heading into 2016, expect Hudson to compete for a late inning role, settling in as a middle reliever at the worst. He will likely only have value in leagues that acknowledge holds as a statistical category. Analysis: Dom Murtha