The Colorado Rockies have interest in San Diego Padres free agent pitcher Jon Garland. Garland started 33 games for the Padres last season and finished with a 14-12 record with a 3.47 ERA. He pitched 200 innings last season. The biggest contribution to the Padres was his ability to come out in every start and chew up some innings. He was able to give the bullpen some much needed relief and put in a quality start. Petco Park was able to keep his ERA down and he will now move on to find a larger contract.
If he moved to the Rockies, he better get a contract to finish out his career. The Colorado ballpark is huge and the thin air allows the ball to travel. His ERA will definitely be inflated and his breaking stuff won’t break as much.