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2022 Player Outlook

At 41 years old, Hill was still magically getting the best of opposing hitters who batted just .232 against him last season. Hill’s days of racking up double digit K/9 rates by using his fastball are long gone, and the pitch he relied on the most last season was his curveball. Opposing batters had a .208 BAA it and the pitch induced a high rate of ground balls. Durability has always been a concern for Hill and it has become an even bigger concern for him as he gets older. Don’t expect Hill to make another 32 starts this season at 42 years of age. He has enjoyed good success when pitching at Fenway Park (mostly as a reliever: 1.65 ERA, 1.061 WHIP in 25 appearances) but at this stage of his career he’s probably best viewed as an inexpensive occasional DFS option instead of a pitcher who can be relied upon in season long leagues. 

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