His best performance was by far on September 10th, when he allowed 1 run on 5 hits in 7 innings. I see him having the same role with the Ducks this season.
Jeff Lyman will be another solid arm out of the Ducks bullpen. He was a 2nd round draft pick by the Braves. He has an extremely good change-up but has had some control issues the last few seasons. He's only 25 and with some help from Steve Foucault he could have a solid season, possibly a breakout one.
Sing has previously had success in the Atlantic League in 2009 with Bridgeport when he hit .305 with 23 home runs and 94 RBI. Earlier in his career Sing was a power hitter who had a low average, but has became a complete hitter in recent years. Over the last three seasons he has averages of .305, .349, and .303 respectively. He will fit nicely to the middle of Ducks order.