The 29-year-old Bumgarner will earn a modest $12 million next season, after which he is set to hit free agency. Those circumstances make him an interesting trade option for clubs not willing to spend big on free-agent left-handed starters like Dallas Keuchel or J.A. Happ.
Bumgarner has only made 38 starts in the past two seasons. He hasn't produced the same Cy Young caliber results from years prior but he's still been effective.
His ERA has never been above 3.37 during a 10-year career that includes NLCS and World Series MVP recognition in 2014.
Overall, Bumgarner owns a 110-83 record with a 3.03 ERA and 1.11 WHIP in 255 career appearances, 252 of which have been starts.