Yu Darvish, who punched out 277 strikeouts in a monster year last summer, Ks in the follow-up 249.5.
Andy – Huh? Too low. OVER. Yu is vicious. If anyone can strike out 300, it's this guy.
Brad – OVER. He's the Japanese/Iranian version of Roger Clemens, minus the controversy. He possess the most impressive repertoire and, possibly, endurance in the game today. Agree with Behrens, 300 Ks no pipe dream.
Scott – OVER. We're all recommending Trident, we're all Tangled Up in Yu. So long as Darvish doesn't get hurt (and there's no reason to predict that), he'll sail past this number. The adjustment to American baseball had a few speed bumps in 2012, but it was smooth sailing from the opening pitch last year.
Super Sophomore. Which second-year starter finishes with the better fantasy year: Michael Wacha or Danny Salazar?
Andy – SALAZAR. I like 'em both, but this kid really wowed. Not only does he bring triple-digit heat, but he has phenomenal command. If you need additional detail, here'sRead More »from Over/Under SP: Should fantasy baseball owners want Yu?