It has long been considered that Kevin Correia could develop into a usable fantasy pitcher, though the results had never previously been there.á He had shown signs, like pitching to a 2.54 ERA as a starting pitcher in 2007.á However, after getting an extended look in 2008 (19 starts) and posting a 5.36 ERA, it was time for him to move on. Fast-forward 12 months and once again, there is fantasy hope for Correia after posting the following line: 12 Wins
142 Strikeouts (6.45 K/9)
64 Walks (2.91 BB/9)
In those numbers there is some good and there is some questionable.á First of all, you have to like the overall ERA and WHIP, which comes courtesy of a realistic BABIP, strand rate (71.4%) and walk rate.á In fact, with a care ...
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Article written by Eric Stashin