tmlfan4ever wrote:A young kid who got an early call, skipping AAA straight from AA to the Majors in 2007. He pounds the strike zone, refuses to walk anybody and isn't afraid of contact. He may be playing a bit over his head, but his command seems legit. Like you said, his one downside from a fantasy perspective is that he is not a strikeout pitcher but will log his fair share of innings. He's probably a good example of a guy who is a better REAL baseball player than a FANTASY player, but he certainly has value even in a mixed league.
Funny as it is, he reminds me of Halladay. Pounds the strike zone, rarely walks, great durability to last a long time, average to low K's. Very Halladay reminiscent. I hope he takes advantage of the oppurtunity he has being Doc'd yeammate. This kid could be something special one day.