Gordon Edes of Yahoo! Sports thinks the Dodgers would have interest in Mets LH relief pitcher Pedro Feliciano.
Feliciano is 2-3 with a 2.95 ERA in 36 inings over 51 appearances this season for the Mets. Left-handed hitters are batting just .186 against him.
The 32-year old Feliciano is eligible for arbitration next season, and can become a free agent after the 2010 season.
Depending on the cost, the Dodgers would be wise to look into Feliciano, who has proven to be one of the more durable, effective relief pitchers in the National League.
And lets face it, with a potential playoff rematch looming against heavily left-handed Philadelphia, the Dodgers can help their cause by adding an effective lefty out of the pen, especially someone as experienced as Feliciano is against the Phillies.