Yankees should explore deal to add reliever(s) from San Francisco Giants

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DENVER, COLORADO – MAY 09: Pitcher Sam Dyson #49 of the San Francisco Giants throws at in the eighth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on May 08, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images) /

One of the more recognizable relievers on this list, Sam Dyson has been dynamite for San Francisco in his 29 appearances in 2019. In 31.0 innings pitched, the righty has a 2.61 ERA and a 0.935 WHIP with 30 strikeouts. Additionally, Dyson has allowed 1.16 BB/9 IP (the eight fewest in all of baseball) and his 3.3 BB% is in the Top 2 percentage according to Baseball Savant. Dyson also owns a 57.7% groundball percentage which is 12th best in the Majors.

The 31-year old has experience pitching in the postseason (2015-2016 with the Texas Rangers). Overall, Dyson has appeared in 5 G with a 1.93 ERA across 4.2 innings pitched, having only allowed six hits and one earned run. It’s certainly good to know that the righty isn’t afraid of any moment.

Dyson wouldn’t be a long-term commitment as he is a free agent after this season. The fact that he doesn’t have a multi-year deal attached to him, the righty probably wouldn’t cost much for the Yankees to acquire him in terms of prospects.