Heh yup, odds are it is not the last one. At this point I also gotta think that if their goal is to trade one of Hunter, Neshek or Nicasio, they'll be worth more at the deadline. Also I'm not sure which one you should trade, and no way to really find out until they pitch, given the variability of relievers.
I would much rather go with this group knowing that Neshek, Nicaso and Hunter all come off the books next year than lock in three years of Kimbrel (let alone five) now.
With about a month to go before opening day, the Phillies’ bullpen looks like this: Seranthony Dominguez, David Robertson and Hector Neris are locks. Pat Neshek has a spot unless he is traded. Juan Nicasio’s $9 million salary probably makes him a lock. Lefties Adam Morgan and Jose Alvarez are both out of minor-league options so that will help their cause. With Hunter likely opening on the DL, the final spot in the opening day bullpen would likely come down to Victor Arano, Yacksel Rios, Austin Davis, James Pazos and Edubray Ramos. Arano, who had a 2.73 ERA in 60 games last year, is probably the lead guy in that group. He would have been difficult to keep off the roster even without an injury thinning the field.