Originally Posted by breakz
I see where you're coming from, but there's no way this happens unless opponents continue to hit .322 (.380 on balls in play) against him.
He might be on waivers everywhere but any team in need of pitching should take a flier on him. He's waaaaay better than, say, Gil Meche or Paul Maholm.
Meche has been consistent for a number of years and his K/9 is up substantially this year.. Nolasco was only good last year. Mahol, off and on...
But Meche is on my team so I'm not objective.
I can't believe Greinke. Like Cliff Lee last year, he's the steal of the year.