A Wacha back to the future

It's always tough to tell as a fan or fantasy manager when to give up on the possibility of a once successful player returning to form. With the old HQ motto of "once you display a skill you own it" in mind, the answer may be to never fully give up on a player, and Michael Wacha (RHP, BOS) is evidence that it may never be too late. Wacha has seemingly found the right organization in the Red Sox after bouncing around the last few years, including notably the Rays in 2021, who are usually good at fixing broken pitchers themselves. 

Wacha finds groove between old and new beats

Like Adele, we in the fantasy community have been waiting for Wacha to come back since 2015, with the difference being that Wacha has been hiding in plain sight...

Almost!

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