The Colorado Rockies entered Wednesday's game 4 1/2 games up on the Chicago Cubs for the second wild card spot, giving them sufficient reason to be serious about the whole "making the postseason" thing. As such, the Rockies went ahead and acted like a legit contender by making a trade for a new setup man.
That pitcher? Philadelphia Phillies righty Pat Neshek, whom was acquired at the cost of prospects Jose Gomez, J.D. Hammer, and Alejandro Requena, the teams announced: