mweir145 wrote: baseball6791 wrote:
Matt Cain. He has electric stuff, was the second best pitching prospect behind King Felix, and gets to face the weak NL West the rest of the year. The only problem would be that he may be starting only every other turn in the rotation
to keep his IP down, but I'd keep an eye on him.
How about this Correia guy? He seems to be pitching ver well lately.
He's been pitching pretty well lately but I don't think that he projects to become anything more than maybe a #3 starter. He has a low-90's fastball with lots of movement but other than that he has pretty standard stuff, not anything that special. I wouldn't pick him up until he has another decent start, and even then only if you need pitching badly. Like I said, he doesn't look as if he will blossom into a top of the rotation starter in the future, and will probably only have marginal fantasy value.