Something about this quote just makes me think it came from the pile of craptastic, formulaic player-specific responses.... "If someone were to say that Yu Darvish would come in, average 200 innings, less than a 4.00 ERA and be a solid two or three starter, they would be elated," Boras said. "The reality is, that is exactly what Edwin Jackson has done." Hey, if someone were to say that Sean O'Sullivan would come in, average 20 innings, less than a 40.00 ERA and possibly be solid, I might be elated too. Actually, broke is probably more accurate given the food cost necessary to accomplish said objective. Nevertheless, any thoughts on Boras or Jackson? Good starter, but not great, though I am sure somebody's going to insanely overpay for his services; I just hope the initials of said person aren't DM.