Sad to say personally, but I hope he moves on. His problems (and he had some very good starts) in the postseason overshadow how effective (even with diminished velocity) he was in the regular season. Knowing his work ethic, he'll work his ass off to adjust to his diminished physical skills and remain an effective pitcher. But it's impossible to to justify paying a pitcher trying to reinvent himself the kind of money he's owed at the end of his current contract. Hope he kills it wherever he lands in 2019. Just hope the FO has a plan in place to replace him. Not counting on Urias to be that guy for another year. Have to know he'll be on a strict innings count in 2019.