#3 Adam Cimber
From 2018-2022, Adam Cimber was a walk/hard-contact limiting groundball pitcher that posted a 3.20 ERA and 1.19 WHIP.
In 2023, Cimber imploded. The submariner spent most of the season on the 60-day IL, but posted a 7.40 ERA from March-June. June in particular was unkind to Cimber, as he allowed 10 earned runs in only 5.2 innings.
While he wasn't the wipeout reliever he had been previously, Cimber had a respectable 4.20 ERA across his first 16 appearances.
He threw his four-seamer more than ever this year, and it got crushed. Opponents hit .382 on his four-seamer, and it was worth a run value of -6. While his slider also uncharacteristically got hit hard, if Cimber went back to the pitcher of old and threw his sinker (run value of 6 in 2023) more than his four-seam, he's the epitome of a low-risk, high reward move.
With the Astros needing to rebuild their bullpen, an low-cost arm like Cimber could be a great way to do it.