Schilling is in the toughest division for pitchers. The Jays, Yanks, and Orioles have great offenses. It's a tough call in a non-keeper. And Schilling won't have twice as many K's as Halladay unless he strikes out 25% more batters then he did in his best season for K's, which occurred 7 years ago. In other words: he won't. He'll have about 100 more K's than Halladay, but also probably have a higher ERA and WHIP. Schilling is entering the AL East and also has to face a DH this season. He is also unfamiliar with most of the hitters, which is what he has relied on in the past to focus on individual hitters' weaknesses.
Non-keeper: flip a coin
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