With the Dodgers out of the picture after signing Capuano, Kuroda is now considered a real possibility for the Diamondbacks. Kuroda reportedly likes Arizona because of their competitiveness last year and strong rotation. Report from Steve Henson suggests Kuroda and Diamondbacks are discussing a one year deal and Kuroda is dropping his request for a second year player option. With prior suggestions that Kuroda was looking for $12M-$13M per year, if this deal gets done it may spell the end of Saunders' time with the Diamondbacks. This begs the question, which would you rather have for that price, one year of Kuroda or two years of Saunders?
Which starting pitching option should the Diamondbacks choose?
Two years of Saunders (48 votes)
One year of Kuroda (167 votes)
Neither, let the prospects fill out the rotation (38 votes)
253 total votes