I was skeptical at first but he has pitched very well. I do think, though, that pitching in the AL in one of the worst pitchers parks in baseball will catch up to him. He's allowed very few HRs in a park known for being a launching pad. I just don't see him beating the odds forever, although I think in the end he will post solid numbers.
I definate sell-high candidate in my book and a definate "to avoid" candidate for acquisition, as his price would be inflated by now and he has nowhere to go but down. You don't pay for past production.
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