Burnett's a much better pick up than Armas for a few reasons:
1) Burnett's injury was an elbow -- Armas' was a shoulder I believe.
2) Burnett's got a better team and one of the most pitcher friendly parks in baseball
As someone posted above (2000 stats) is a nice estimate for this year. He may not get as many wins as 2000, but the other stats look right on.
I've got him stashed, but don't expect him to save your rotation. I'd say hope for him as a spot starter (start him at home). It wouldn't surprise me a bit if he was one of the Top 5 NL starters in 2005 however.
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1.Roger>Randy this year; 2.New Yankee SP's = BUST! (again); 3. Bernie will cover the least amount of ground of any CF in baseball for 4th straight yr.; 4. Yanks = stuck with Giambi's contract; 5. Loaiza > any SP signed in offseason by Yankees.