Sometimes numbers from the previous season can be deceiving. In many cases, poor numbers from one season don't necessarily mean the same poor numbers the next. To take that a step further, sometimes a subpar campaign allows fantasy owners to get a decent player at a bargain price.
This year, I've run across several starting pitchers who didn't pitch up to their potential in 2010, but I still like them. In fact, I'd even go so far as to say I think these guys can turn things around in 2011.Scott Kazmir is not one of those pitchers.