He would be a better closer in the long term. He only has two legit pitches and that isn't going to cut it as a starter. Three things will happen in the next few years. 1) he could possibly have hip troubles. 2) he could have elbow problems 3) he will be a good closer where he would only be up for one inning where his deceptiveness is the most effective. Think Troy Percival of tomorrow. Am I being irrational? Or am I just not a believer in Willis?
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