spamnon wrote:what do people project his numbers to be next year?
If healthy? 2.75 ERA, 19 W, 200 K
If broken, like the past two years? God only knows.
I wouldn't count on Rios for this last weeks. Anybody who is actually playing these days is a better option than him. Adam Lind has been playing a lot since called up, mostly DH, but has put some nice numbers. The Jays will probably keep playing Lind and sit Rios for most of the time.
Now, for next year...Rios was playing a little over his head before he hit the DL, so don't expect those numbers to repeat next season. Numbers for the year....I'd say something like... 20/90/290 and double digits SB.