Looking for a back-end starter for your fantasy team plagued by injuries to pitchers like Erik Bedard? Look no further than Marc Rzepczynski of the Blue Jays, owned in only 1.6% of ESPN leagues. His peripherals show that he’s got stuff, with a high strikeout rate and decent K/BB ratio. His current ERA and WHIP are 3.25 and 1.30, and it would not be unlikely to see him finish out the season under 3.60 and 1.35. Not exactly an ace, but worth a couple spot starts. With a decent ERA and WHIP, a ton of strikeouts, and that Toronto offense behind him, Rzepczynski can help you in 4 conventional stat categories.
Update: On Wednesday, Rzepczynski went up against the New York Yankees. He went six innings, gave up four runs, and recorded seven strikeouts versus only five hits and a walk. Though his ERA was a lofty 6.00, he would still have been able to help your fantasy team out in Ks and WHIP (1.00).