trevisc wrote:He's just too talented as a SP to be a closer for one of those teams. I think if he goes to someone they would be wise to utilize him as a SP.
How do we know he's talented as a SP? He's never been consistent, he's not proven to be durable health-wise nor in regards to IP/start, and his effectiveness seems to dramatically decrease when he starts. Heck, with all his injury problems I don't know that he's EVER put together a decent string of starts for us to judge.
With his funky motion it also seems in his best interests to not let the opposing batters get so many looks at him.
Could you imagine him starting in Colorado? EGADS!
Another thing to keep in mind is that from what I remember seeing on the internet last season, Kim never regained his velocity.
As far as fantasy goes, I've got him at $11 and it would take him being named full-time closer for him to be worth keeping. Let's just say I'm not holding my breath
No way is he worth $11 as a starter anywhere until he proves something.