Several teams are interested in right-hander Edwin Jackson, according to SI.com. Jackson, fresh off a no-hitter against the Rays, is far from a perfect pitcher. Jackson is 5-6 with a 4.63 ERA with 85 strike outs but 45 walks. He is hard throwing pitcher who is only 26 and nearing the time when you lock up a pitcher long-term. If he can show that he can return to 2008-2009 form, teams may be intrigued by what he offers.
Several teams could benefit from a pitcher like Jackson. Teams that may not be able to afford a pitcher like Cliff Lee or Ted Lilly could turn to the Diamondbacks, who may be looking to cut more payroll. The Dodgers, who do not have as deep a farm system, could turn to their former blue chip prospect in hopes that he can rebound in LA.
It would be a nice way for Ned Colletti to make a good, low key move after several high-end moves have failed to pan out.