Basically swapping out VerHagen (going to Japan) for Dario Agrazal and it didn't cost anything but cash. He seems like a solid body, innings eater, who can be a swing guy for us out of the pen, similar to Drew was used. He's only 24 so he could morph into a back end guy or just a solid long term guy out of the pen who won't hurt you with walks. Need best defensive guys out there when he's pitching since he induces ground balls.

Here's the scouting report:

At his best, Agrazal fills up the strike zone and gets a ton of ground-ball outs. His power sinker will touch 95-96 at times and sit in the low 90s, which has led to a career 1.48 GO/AO ratio entering the 2018 season, a rate that rose to 1.80 in 2017. Agrazal doesn't miss a ton of bats, but he never hurts himself with walks as evidenced by his 1.3 BB/9 ratio in the Minors. He has a decent feel for a changeup and can spin a breaking ball, though they typically grade out as fringe-average secondary offerings.

Agrazal has time to refine his secondary stuff, which could allow him to develop into a No. 4 or 5 starter in time. His efficiency on the mound thanks to his strike-throwing ability and getting ground balls early in counts should allow him to eat up innings. If that doesn't click, the power sinker could be a good bullpen weapon down the line.