But he was until the post-season started. Which is exactly the point. There are really no projects or sure things in the world of relief pitching, and especially not the post-season. Sborz was worse than Dylan Covey all year long. If he'd been on the Phillies he likely would have been the guy who lost his roster spot to Kerkering. Who turned out to be a "project" himself. And meanwhile the best closer in the entire post-season still blew his last appearance (albeit not a save).