In theory, that would be a good idea. But was RJ an injury risk in 2003? He would have hurt you if you had drafted him then, after very few problems before hand.
If you ever want to know whether or not somebody is a Mariners' fan, you look for comments like this. Unit did have problems before '03. He had back problems when he was younger, with the M's. That's one of the reasons we dumped him
My point is, unless your name is Cal Ripken Jr., you are going to miss some time in your career. Some people miss more than others, (Kerry Wood, for example
). In my mind, RJ isn't one of them. Stringing 5 healthy seasons in a row is a fairly healthy player in my mind. I guess I'm not a good judge, though, as I have Wood, Preston Wilson, Sexson and Maggs on my team.