Assuming the Bucs FO talks with him and feels confident he won't retire...wouldn't it be intriguing to bring him in on a 2 or 3 year deal? He's not the pitcher he once was but, if he could be had for 1yr/$14M, 2yr/$24M, or 3yr/$32M, would you pull the trigger? Oswalt, Morton, Maholm/Correia/, JMac, Karstens, with Lincoln/Locke as 6th men inspires a bit more confidence than this years rotation, imo. Thoughts? I've inflated the numbers above to reflect the "Vets don't sign with losers" meme.