2. Jake McGee
Considering Jake McGee pitched for the Colorado Rockies last year (which means lots of games in Coors Field and a handful in Chase Field, the two biggest hitters’ parks in baseball), McGee had a pretty good year last year.
McGee secured 20 holds pitching to a 3.61 ERA in 57.1 innings and a 9.10 K/9. McGee spent some time closing for the Rockies in 2016, accumulating 15 saves, and spent some time closing for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2015, getting 19 saves.
McGee just throws three pitches but mostly focuses on two, his fastball that floats around 95 MPH, and his slider that typically comes in around 80 MPH with some deadly movement, which you can see here:
McGee also occasionally tosses in a curveball here and there, but he mostly sticks with a fastball/slider mix, and given the speed difference and the movement on the slider, McGee can be pretty successful.
McGee would fit on the Baltimore Orioles well as a set-up guy if need be, and even just as a middle-reliever. He’s got plenty of strikeout potential and has shown that he can succeed in even the hitter-friendly confines of Coors Field.