I'd drop Reed and Hildenberger for two of Tyler Clippard, Bud Norris, Ryan Madson and Nick Vincent right now. All of whom will likely get a one year deal if not even a minor league deal.
I might drop them anyway, actually.
Hildenberger was great for his 1st 90 innings of his career and then really bad for his last 30 innings last year. As late as July 15h his ERA was 2.88. Bud Norris career era 4.45 and last year was 1st year below 4 ERA in 7 years. Tyler Clippard managed more than 14 innings last year for 1st time in 3 years. Madson’s ERA was 5.47 last year. What’s more likely to happen, a mid 30’s reliever with history of massive volatility has a great year or a 28 year old with bad 2 months regains his form? Also quick note Hildenberger, he gave up 20 of his season total of 44 earned runs in just 7 outings covering just 4 and a third innings. Nearly half the runs he allowed for the season. In the other 67 appearances covering 68 and 2/3 innings he gave up 56 hits, 22 walks and struck out 63 for an ERA of 3.14. I know stats can be cherry picked but this is a guy that even last year in a 2nd half struggle was a very good pitcher 90% of the time. He is team controlled for 4 more years, makes 500K and has been a Twin for his entire professional career. Maybe let’s give him just a little more rope before writing him off.