Dan Meyer, SP: If the Braves are not already planning on inserting Meyer into next season's starting rotation, they should be. The 23-year-old lefty has never even had an ERA above 3.00 in pro ball, including Triple-A. He throws in the low-90s with a solid repertoire and excellent control. We hear about Tom Glavine comparisons all too often from young pitchers that do not throw 95 mph, but Meyer might actually be able to have that type of career.
I guess he's in the A's starting rotation for 2005 along with Zito, Mulder, Harden and Blanton/Duchsherererererr?