Free Agent Relief Pitchers Astros Should Consider Adding
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A native Houstonian, Tepera saw his share of teams the past three seasons jumping from the Toronto Blue Jay to Chicago, starting with the Cubs and ending with the White Sox.
Through the postseason this year Tepera faced the Astros three times, tossing 4.2 innings in total and only giving up one earned run, two hits and striking out three.
In addition to his postseason success out of the bullpen, his regular season was stellar with a 2.79 ERA combined between his two teams and a 12 strikeouts per nine innings which is second highest in his career.
If Tepera wants to come home, the Astros could be an excellent landing point, however he is the top free agent pitcher left and many playoff teams will be vying for his services.