I don't know enough about what's ailing him (i.e. how much of his struggles are mechanical/psychological vs. a declining skill set),as to have a sense as to whether or not it might be worth grabbing him as a reclamation project. But I thought some other folks might havemore insight into whether it would be worth considering. Is he simply shot physically or might he worth a look? Mike DiGiovanna of the LA Times offers this appraisal of Kazmir:
But Kazmir, who has lost considerable velocity on his fastball and command of all three of his pitches, has made no progress - he has a 17.02 earned-run average for Salt Lake, allowing 29 earned runs, 22 hits and 20 walks and striking out 14 in 151/3 innings.