Some have speculated Cy Young runner-up Chien-Ming Wang is a pitcher who will have a hard time continuing his success due to the fact that he doesn’t strike many batters out. He’s phenomenally successful at inducing ground balls from batting opponents, and frequently those balls were hit "where they was instead of where they ain’t". Detractors say it’s a matter of time before his lack of an "out" pitch catches up with him.
John Walsh has written a piece, The Most Democratic PItcher, available at The Hardball Times. In the article, Walsh compares Wang with other similar and dissimilar pitchers to see if any conclusions can be drawn. I hope Wang’s legacy in the hearts of Yankee fans and baseball in general runs deeper than that of Ray Fontenot.