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Community Projection: Kip Wells

UPDATE: The Kip Wells projections are now closed.

Wells obviously had a bad season last year, but his stuff still looks great, he's only two years removed from two straight very good years, he's still relatively young, and he's got a new pitching coach. In my mind, he's got at least a chance of turning it around. What do you think? Let me know in the comments by guessing Wells' 2006 innings pitched, strikeouts, walks and ERA, in that order.

Here are Wells' statistics, along with lists of comparable players.

The projections for Oliver Perez are still open, and they still need votes.

Here are the results so far:

Ryan Doumit C .267/.334/.441 .264/.327/.424
Sean Casey 1B .300/.361/.446 .313/.373/.441
Jose Castillo 2B .275/.322/.441 .277/.325/.394
Jack Wilson SS .274/.316/.386 .272/.314/.395
Joe Randa 3B .275/.325/.399 .277/.332/.440
Jason Bay LF .298/.403/.547 .297/.395/.557
Chris Duffy CF .278/.331/.395 .287/.338/.384
Jeromy Burnitz RF .246/.317/.439 .240/.311/.412
Zach Duke 191 127 49 3.53 181/117/42/3.73

Huh. As I was calculating these, I thought, "Wow, 191 innings for Duke seems way too high," but ZiPS agrees that he won't get hurt. I still think that looks too high for a pitcher Duke's age. The other numbers, both from the community and from ZiPS, look very reasonable.