MLB Barometer: There's Always Next Year
MLB Barometer: There's Always Next Year

This article is part of our MLB Barometer series.

After the dust settles on the 2015 baseball season and we begin prep for 2016 fantasy drafts, there will be but one friendly reminder - that elite starting pitchers are the most stable and reliable position. The league's best SP are safer than the hitter options, and you'd better get two of them within the first seven rounds. Injuries and the occasional shutdown via Tommy John will inevitably strike a few from this group per year. The group of top 25 starters will always have newcomers and dropouts. But for the most part, the best starting pitchers are your best bet at stability and having value returned or exceeded.

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