I might be in the minority but I like Chris Young the best of this group. Chris Carpenter is an injury concern and at 34 years old, that's not changing any time soon. I dont think he holds up over the course of the season given how he hasn't had a season under his belt since 2006. Kevin Slowey is a good pitcher, nothing against him. He won't give you strikeouts, but he'll help you in ERA and WHIP. I'm an upside guide and I think Chris Young has the most of it out of this group. While he hasn't been able to stay healthy in the past, he IS entering the age range where he'll be in his prime. Three years ago he posted a 3.46 ERA with 164 strikeouts in 179 innings. Two years ago he posted a 3.12 ERA with 167 strikeouts in 173 innings. Last year he posted a 3.96 ERA with 93 strikeouts in 102 innings while he was recovering from a broken nose from a Pujols line drive. He had trouble with it and it shows in a couple of outings. If he's healthy all season, he's a guy who could potentially give you near staff ace type numbers with a sub 3.5 era and around 180-190 strikeouts. He's had two rough outings, one in Philly and one in Colorado this year. Without those two games, meaning his other 33 or so innings, he's posted a 1.64 ERA with 26 strikeouts in those outings. That shows how good he's been outside those starts skewing his numbers a bit. Go Young.