Asking who is gonna be a fluke is really a way for people to dump on players they just don't like for whatever reason.
Pavano has already been mentioned several times as a fluke. But check his actual numbers. He improved across the board every single year for the last three seasons: ERA, WHIP, BB/9, HR/9, etc. How is that a fluke?! If it was any other player who showed such steady improvement and finally had a break-out season, fantasy owners would be falling all over themselves to draft him.
Ditto for Beltre. He had promising seasons at ages 19-21. They've been drooling over this guy for years waiting for him to break out. Unfortunately, he was nagged by small injuries and probably too little mental discipline at the plate. So when, in 2004 he finally DOES get his act together breaks out with a truly incredible season, he's labelled a fluke? Whatever.
Anything is possible in 2005. Pavano and Beltre could fall down a well or get infected with alien parasites like Giambi. But calling them flukes now is not supported by any actual facts.
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