2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
Travis Wood translated his AAA K/9 and BB/9 smoothly to MLB. Mixing up his pitches well but doesn't have much velocity - K/9 not set in stone. How much do you want to pay, though, for a FB-centric P with a hitter's home park? He isn't guaranteed a rotation spot. Sure, there's reason to invest, but temper your excitement.
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