I think that the 'real Contreras', who was the best pitcher in Cuba, is the one we'll be seeing this year and that his numbers SHOULD run towards what he got in September last year...3-0, 1.51 ERA, .95 WHIP, .173 BAA. I guess that might be a bit optimistic, simply b/c NO one throws that well for an extended period of time but I've heard nothing but good things about what he's been doing. No injuries, no screwups, etc. And, of course, he's on the Yankees so, even if his ERA gets above 4, he still might win 21 games, like Petite did!!