I've seen his name mentioned in a few "super sleeper" threads, but after today I decided he might as well have his own thread. You might want to keep an eye on this guy, he had a 2.27 ERA in September last year and held the White Sox scoreless in 7IP on 3 hits, 2 walks and 8 strikeouts today. My roommate has the MLB all access subscription, so I want to check out his next start. I didn't see him pitch today but people that did said his fastball was showing more movement, his command was improved, and his breaking pitches looked very sharp. He's owned in only 1.9% of ESPN's leagues, so if anything he is a guy I wouldn't be afraid to spot start, see how he does, and then make a decision from there. If you have an open roster spot or a player you wouldn't think twice about dropping he is worth a shot (especially in deeper leagues or ones you need help with at SP), he could be a nice addition off of the WW. If anything you ride him while he has the hot hand and drop him if he implodes. He could have a year similar to Gavin Floyd in '08, mid 20's pitcher (25 years old) that finally puts it together.
If he can keep this up (to a degree, obviously I'm not expecting 7 inning shutouts by any means) KC could have a nice rotation with Meche and Greinke and possibly Davies emerging. I checked out his game log last year and he only had 4 starts where he gave up more than 3 runs, however controlling his pitch count and going past the 5th inning was his biggest problem most of the year. His '08 game log reminded me of Kazmir's, but with less K's (I'm not comparing the two, as a previous Kaz owner it looked familiar
Like I said, I'm going to check out his next start online and see how he does. Right now I don't have anyone on either of my teams I'd want to drop for him right now, so I'll keep a tab on him for the time being and half-heartedly hope one of my players bombs if he keeps this up.