Pitchers to watch in spring training
What should be of more immediate interest to fantasy owners in one-year leagues is what happens with much-shorter Arkansas lefty Travis Wood, he of the 17 big league starts. His rookie-year numbers -- 3.51 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and impressive 7.5 K's-per-9 rate -- sure make him look like a future All-Star. Perhaps Wood continues to impress in 2011, but here's the thing: He hasn't won a rotation spot yet, and we might not know for certain where he fits into the Reds' plans until mid-March. Thus, how he performs this spring will affect whether fantasy owners make him a top-50 starter on draft day or simply ignore him.
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