James Shields had an amazing 2011 season leading the league in complete games and shutouts while winning 16 games with a 2.82 ERA and a 1.04 WHIP. Fantasy owners who took the risk after his disastrous 2010 were rewarded handsomely. The pundits hinted at regression to the mean before last season and did the same this season saying that Shields would have a tough time repeating last seasonís success. So far, Shields leads the league in hits allowed and batters faced and has an ERA of 4.52 and a 1.46 WHIP putting him back near his 2010 numbers rather than what he had been in most other seasons.
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