Edgin gave up his first run of the spring in his fourth appearance Tuesday, while Hart inherited a mess from Chris Tillman and let all the runners score. But Hart has fanned 10 and walked three while allowing only two runs of his own in seven innings so far. Rodríguez, a prized minor league free agent with a big fastball, hasn't allowed a run in 5 1/3 innings this spring. Hart's option could work against him in this case, but all three have distinguished themselves. That said, if they want to keep Cortes and hide him as a same-side weapon, while stashing all three of these short relievers in Triple-A, that takes away this spot.