If you're like me, you find yourself playing favorites when drafting, trading or picking up players off your leagues' waiver wires. There's nothing inherently wrong with that in terms of impact on your ability to win your league, unless of course you are a third cousin of Jonathan Sanchez and just have to have him on your roster every year because he's "family." I seem to have my favorites as well. Sometime they are players I consciously pursue each year, and others are pitchers that just seem to wind up on my roster every year because at that point in the draft, I probably thought they had value. Let's look at a few of these pitchers as well as those I consciously try to avoid.
Given the hype he received as a prospect, Hughes can be said to have underachieved to this point in his career. Some of it was injury driven, but
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