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C.J. Wilson Worth A Look

We've seen relievers convert back to starting successfully in recent years, with examples such as Ryan Dempster and Justin Duchscherer.  Is the Rangers' C.J. Wilson the latest success story?

Today Wilson allowed no runs with nine strikeouts and two walks against the Blue Jays, so he's probably on the fantasy radar now.  While the Jays project in the lower half for AL offenses, the performance is still impressive.  In relief Wilson was a big strikeout/groundball guy, so perhaps some of that will carry over to starting.  WHIP may be an issue, as he's always walked his fair share.  On the flip side perhaps he can keep the hits down more than the average hurler.  Wilson may be worth trying against the Indians next time out.

Remember, you can't afford to wait for a sufficient sample size.  If someone is interesting, pick him up and ask questions later.  Those who hesitated missed out on Kendry Morales, Ben Zobrist, and Aaron Hill last year.

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