2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections
A GB artist with manageable BB/9 can go a long way for the right price. But Trevor Cahill is too rich for fantasy comfort. He feels hardly any batter breeze, and his irrationally microscopic .236 BAABIP presents the archetype of batted-ball normalization. Opponents make plenty of contact against this soft tosser. It's not like his velocity jumped or his BB/9 is all that sparkling for what it would take to ease your lack-of-dominance concerns. It's hard to put stock into powerless, location-based arms. If you make him one of your draft day priorities, you will suffer. Let someone else bow blindly to Cahill's 2010.
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