I'm not sure what you want here. Rank EACH pitcher 1-10, or just rank my own personal top 10?
My Top 10 1). Trevor Cahill 2). John Danks 3). Ricky Nolasco 4). Brett Anderson 5). Brian Matusz 6). Tim Hudson 7). Jonathan Broxton 8). Andrew Bailey 9). K-Rod 10a). Joe Nathan 10b). Huston Street
My Bottom 10 10). Jaime Garcia--don't see him living up to what he did last year even. 9).Edwin Jackson--K's are great, but WHIP and ERA are killers. 8).Jair Jurrjens--not sure if he is anything that special--I'd rather have almost any other SP on your list (except for 4 ) 7).David Aardsma--hurt to start season, I don't think he'll be able to hold on to closer's job. 6). John Lackey--I'd rather go for guys with upside. 5). Jeff Niemann--nothing special. spot starter at best for fantasy. 4). Fausto Carmona--I don't think he'll ever get back to that 2007 form. Or was it 2008? Who cares. 3).Raf Soriano--not worrth much as a set-up man; if Mo gets hurt, different story. 2). Carlos Zambrano--not worth the risk 1). Francisco Cordero--don't want him AT ALL.
(In reference to an Aaron Hill for David Price swap)
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1. Brett Anderson, most underrated SP imo, a great keeper 2. Jonathan Broxton, too much talent to write off 3. Joe Nathan, still a elite closer imo 4. Jose Valverde 5. Andrew Bailey, nice and young 6. Chris Perez, maybe the most underrated closer 7. John Danks, steady 8. Ricky Nolasco, much better then his era suggests 9. Huston Street, steady 10. Brian Matusz, nice finish, underrated
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