Bonderman hasn't been much better than Charlie Morton over the last three years.
Rob Biertempfel has an article looking at the Pirates' search for pitching this off-season. Biertempfel highlights two pitchers who could be a fit for the Pirates: Jeremy Bonderman and Doug Davis (note: he's not saying the Pirates are targeting these players).
Bonderman isn't an appealing option. He's only 28 years old, but he's had a horrible career. His highlight was the 2006 season, when he posted a 4.08 ERA in 214 innings, along with an 8.5 K/9, a 2.7 BB/9, and a 0.8 HR/9. Since then he's been plagued by injuries and poor performace. He pitched 171 innings in 2010, missing a few games with a rib injury, but otherwise healthy coming off a 2009 season where he missed 128 games with a shoulder injury.
To illustrate a point on Bonderman, here are two pitchers from the 2008-2010 seasons:
Player A: 27 years old in 2010, 5.31 ERA, 5.7 K/9, 3.7 BB/9, 1.4 HR/9 from 2008-2010
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