Mike Newman’s piece on T.J. House emphasizes the opportunity for dynasty fantasy owners as the regular season nears completion: adding assets for 2015 on the cheap. Logging more than 20 starts this season for just the third time in his career, Clay Buchholz has been remarkably less effective than he was in 2013. On the year, the righty holds a 5.29 ERA, a sharp contrast to his 12-1 campaign with a 1.74 ERA and 7.98 K/9. Despite the warts, Buchholz is exactly the type of pitcher savvy owners acquire at the end of the season. Why is ROTOscouting suggesting a 30-year old injury-prone pitcher as a valuable acquisition for dynasty owners in 2015?
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