Deeper look at pitcher keeper rankings

Guarded optimism for Stephen Strasburg, Mat Latos; not so high on Johan Santana

Updated: August 16, 2010, 2:36 PM ET
By Tristan H. Cockcroft | ESPN.com

It's a keeper-league theme this week, with the seconds ticking down to the trade-deadline clock in standard ESPN formats: It arrives Friday at noon ET.

As we did yesterday in "Hit Parade," let's take a closer look at the thinking behind some of my keeper rankings, this time focusing upon the starting pitchers:

Clayton Kershaw (No. 33): There's little doubt his stuff can rival most anyone's, and if the past complaint about him was that he didn't work deep enough into ...

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