In my mind staying healthy is a big part of being the best pitcher in MLB. Sure, there are injuries that result from bad luck, but there are also injuries that result from poor conditioning and a disregard for one's body. Don't get me wrong, Harden is great, when he plays. But if I was a GM responsible for putting together a team that could win day in and day out, I would be reluctant to sign him.
"This guy leads the league in most offensive categories, including nose hair..."