Christopher Pasatieri/Getty Images
The Yankees rival Boston Red Sox are another team in need of starting pitching help.
Both John Lackey and Daisuke Matsuzaka will not be in the Red Sox rotation for the 2012 season, and even though fans are probably happy about that, the team still needs to find guys to take their spot.
The Red Sox would not be able to find a better fourth pitcher on the free-agent market than Roy Oswalt.
Oswalt is coming off a little bit of a disappointing season in 2011, but he still managed to keep a respectable 3.69 ERA. He is also one year removed from a 2010 season where he went 7-1 with a 1.74 ERA.
By signing Oswalt you know that you are getting a very efficient pitcher, granted he stays healthy.