A report from Dejan Kovacevic of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette says that the Cubs are "aggressively" shopping Tom Gorzelanny.
I have mixed feelings about this. Gorzelanny's lefthanded and takes the ball every fifth day. He'll never be a top of the rotation guy, but he's a decent inning-eater and did not complain when he was put in the bullpen in 2010. He's also cost-controlled for several more seasons and though he is arb-eligible, likely isn't a budget-buster. He made $800,000 in 2010 and would likely get an increase to the $1.5 million to $2 million range for 2011.
As a lefthander, he'd probably bring pretty good interest from other teams. But what kind of return would he bring? What would you ask for in return? Should the Cubs do this?
Discuss amongst yourselves.