Iwakuma was is another starting pitcher who dealt with injuries that halted his 2015 season. He was able to bounce back nicely after his injury and finish the season with a 9-5 record and a 3.54 ERA.
Since coming over from Japan four years ago, Iwakuma has been very good, posting a 47-25 record and a career 3.17 ERA. Iwakuma has elite control, walking only 1.7 per nine innings over his career, and has a very solid 7.6 K per nine innings. Iwakuma is a little on the older side at 34, but I would expect him to continue his consistency in 2016, making his price tag one of the better deals.
Note: Iwakuma did receive a qualifying offer from the Seattle Mariners, which could impact his market value.