Just wanted to let everyone know that since the Dodgers converted 2004 1st round pick and surgery fixed/recovered Scott Elbert back to starting he's been putting up very impressive numbers in Double-A . He's a talented lefty with dynamite stuff as his fastball has been creeping back to the mid to high 90's mph he was at pre-surgery. In 57.1 IP he's K'd 77 with 25 walks. In his last 4 outings he's struck out 9, 10, 9, 9. This guy was once considered the best pitcher in the organization over Billingsley and as he continues to regain his starting form, he's again living up to the hype. Forget the short reliever your saw briefly in the majors, you might be looking at the next Cole Hamels so keeper league and dynasty leagues need to add this guy if possible. I don't see him up this season but after that, getty up.
http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb ... pid=455092
http://www.thebaseballcube.com/players/ ... bert.shtml