Pedro Baez (2.95 ERA/142 ERA+/4.44 FIP/1.328 WHIP/10% IRS%). I really thought he had finally figured it out. In the first half last season, he had a 1.43 ERA and looked as if he was going to settle in as the setup man the Dodgers imagined. Then he fell apart, with a 5.13 ERA in the second half, including a gaudy 10.38 ERA in September. He didn’t pitch in the postseason, and we were all happy about that. But here he is, back again, hoping to win fans back so he can break our hearts again.