I see what you mean: I'm constantly predicting 14 wins out of guys with career ERAs of 5.44
BTW, one thing that's interesting about Haynes this year is that in the past, he has had very good stuff. And lost with it, consistently. This year, the stuff is not there. So I'm confused-- if you take good stuff away from a loser, how does he suddenly become a potential 14 game winner?
makes you wonder how he's going to pitch if his stuff returns? Better? or worse?
Jimmy Haynes-- this is one guy that I'd never care to project.