|Heath Bell probably won't be doing this for a while. (U.S. Presswire)|
MLB.com's Joe Frisario reports that manager Ozzie Guillen will go with a committee approach to protect ninth-inning leads. Guillen said on Dan LeBatard's radio show that he intends to talk with Bell over the next few days.
Bell, who was signed to a three-year, $27-million contract this offseason, has a 6.75 ERA in 34.2 innings pitched this season. He's also blown six of 25 save opportunities.
Frisario named Steve Cishek (2.17 ERA, 37.1 IP) and Edward Mujica (4.46, 34.1), who returns from the DL on Sunday, as possibilities for save opps going forward. As well, Juan Carlos Oviedo, who was formerly known as Leo Nunez, might also be in the mix once he returns from suspension July 23.