J35J wrote:If he can stay healthy and keep his improved command then yes, he'll keep up a good pace...the pace he's currently on, nah, but a good pace nonetheless. His velocity is a tick higher than it's ever been and his quality of pitches is better than it's ever been. He's always had the talent and has shown the ability to be a solid pitcher but he's battled alot of shoulder issues...which is still very much a concern and probably always will be...which is also why he'll be a good sell high before he tallys a lot of innings this year.
Yeah I agree, he has already been racking up a lot of innings as is. He's pitched 8 innings in 3 out of his last 4 starts.
I am just kind of kicking myself now because I dropped him pretty early and someone else in my league picked him up like a week later. Then he has an unbelievable May.