Kei Igawa put up respectable numbers in his third Triple-A season for the New York Yankees. This season, the Yankees really didn't have any use for him, so they shelved his big contract in Scranton where he posted a 4.15 ERA in 26 appearances. In his three seasons in Triple-A, he is 29-18 with a 3.76 ERA in 63 appearances.
So here's the question, would Kei Igawa be better suited in the National League?
Playing in a spacious National League stadium, could Igawa serve as a an innings eater similar to a Doug Davis type?
A team like the Astros or Padres could benefit from his ability to eat up innings, especially if he finds succcess there. Would you want your team to take a chance on Kei Igawa, with two years and eight million left on his contract.