Looking at Page One, I don't see this specific topic, so I thought it was a good time to start it.
World Series is not even begun, but the discussion can start.
We need several areas to be addressed, as we all know.
Personally, I would say to focus on 3B, SP, and pen. Moustakas and Reed would be my targets.
Interestingly (and the reason I started this thread), the Braves just released R A Dickey outright.
He went 10-10 in 190 innings with a 4.26 ERA and a 1.36 WHIP while pitching half his games in that park that makes Coors look like Citi.
We need an innings eating option, He's averaged 208 innings per season since 2010, and we know he can handle NYC. I'd bring him back in a hot minute if he is still interested in pitching. Yes, he will be 43, but as a knuckleballer, that matters very little. His K/W and K/9 ratios have been steady, he's still getting it done. Also could serve as another de facto pitching coach/mentor like Colon did. Even though his pitching style is 180 degrees different from the rest of the staff (which is a plus in my eyes, keep opposition batters off balance), his professionalism would be a welcome addition and a great example for the rest of the staff. It's a good call, IMO.