3 realistic relievers the Chicago Cubs should target

Looking over the teams selling at the MLB trade deadline and determining three relievers the Cubs should realistically target.
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3 relievers to target via trade - Kendall Graveman

With the White Sox being obvious sellers at the deadline this season, it will be interesting to see how much they unload and scrap their team to rebuild. There are already rumors that the Houston Astros are hot on the trail of Dylan Cease and Luis Robert, but one target the Cubs can look to pluck from the Southsiders is Kendall Graveman.

On the second year of a three-year deal, Graveman also comes with another year of control. His numbers aren't quite as pretty as Bard's, with a 3.56 ERA, but a decent chunk of that was from his most recent outing in which he gave up three runs, raising his ERA from 3.00 to the 3.56 he owns now. Nevertheless, Graveman has eight saves on the season and is sure to draw some attention from multiple teams. The Cubs fall right in line as they do with Bard as someone who they could use in the backend of the bullpen but can also afford to keep around next season as well.