I drafted him in y 12 team keeper. Why not take a flyer on the kid? I hear people saying not to waste a late pick on him. Heck, it's a late pick, not a make or break pick. If he comes out of the gates looking like he did last year then I'll be able to insert him into my lineup. At the very least, give him a few home starts in Safeco. If he bites it, I'll just drop him for the hot pitcher with a home start against a very bad team. So what I'm saying is that if you're curious about the guy, draft him.
He was 27 years old last season, so he's not a total kid. Seems like he's been a winning pitcher at every level he has been at the last 2 years. While his stats aren't dominating, an ERA under 4.00 most certainly could be expected from him this year. His K/IP probably won't be as high as they were in the Minors. Possibly serviceable in the .7 to .65 range.
I like the upside of Bobby Madritsch. If that Seattle lineup turns out to be money well spent, The Madman will get his share of wins. (Well he needs a nickname because I seem to always mispell his name and besides, he looks like a madman with those tats.)