I'll through Ryan Drese and Bronson Arroyo out there too. Drese won 14 and Arroyo won 10 last year, but I have Drese pegged for 15 with that O giving him runs, and same for Arroyo, except I think he could took 16-17 if he locks down the job and keeps it the entire year, free of injury. I know I am optimistic, but Arroyo has some nasty stuff.
This might sound crazy - Jeremy Bonderman. I believe this is the year for him to shine. I think he could get up to 16 wins this year with the improved Tigers lineup and Pen. Plus Bonderman will get you lots of K's.
Havok1517 wrote:On that note, I'm gonna go with Millwood, he should be going real late in drafts.
Millwood could be a big time value pick this year. 2003 was an unlucky year for him and 2004 was injury-riddled. He's still capable of pitching like 2002, and Cleveland will give him solid run support.
David Wells and Broson Arroyo. The Red Sox offense wins games by themselves and with main beneficiary Derek Lowe gone that could lead to Wells or Arroyo getting 12-17 wins. You can also draft both of them cheap or off the waiver wire. Of course Wells wins also depends on his health but that's too difficult right now to guess.