Just throwing another name out there, not exactly the sexy sub-2ERA, but has a very legit shot at seeing some time very soon.
Hisanori Takahashi-Mets. This was the big over seas add, again hes carrying an average to below average ERA of 3.77, but has also Ked 21 thus far in 14.1IP. His whole stat line looks something like:
2-1, 3.77ERA, 1.45WHIP, 10BB(3 of which are intentional), 21K and only 10H in 14.1IP. Now this is not a guy you would stash for the 'future' meaning at age 35 hes not someone you save for 2011 and beyond, but he could be a nice add in deeper leagues where you are looking to steal a nice SP that also has RP eligibility. Also with Oliver Perez struggling with his control, Hisanori could be a sooner rather then later addition.
Again don't stone me for this pick, but he could be something worth looking at in deeper leagues where most everyone is looking for the slightest edge in SP.
One more name that is lost in the junk because of Strasburg's name is a guy by the name of Luis Atilano. He has had 2 strong starts in his first 2 Major League appearences against the Dodgers and the Cubs, both Ws, both allowing 2ER or less. He has pretty much been a career minor leaguer up until this point, but has flashed some signs that he could be a decent middle of the pack SP.
Over his whole MiLB career (RK league on through AAA) he has sported a sub 3.9ERA and 1.3WHIP in 118 Appearences, but the numbers that I like the best are the 1.9BB/9 and 4.8 K/9. He started off with Atlanta and has since moved to Washington, and with Washington being a bit of a surprise (actually winning a couple games) to start the season, that 2-0 that hes sporting could mold into something more.
Again, these 2 guys are going to be more of deeper league picks, if your looking for some SP help at some point and the WW is BARE (i.e. I'm thinking about adding these guys in my 18-teamer and 28-man rostered 16-teamer) but they could also turn out to be some nice picks if you keep an eye on them in more shallow leagues.
Great thanks to soto for the sweet sig!...