Fantasy baseball season will soon be upon us, and it is incumbent for the prepared owner to begin the process of evaluating pitching talent to draft in March and early April. You need to determine which round is the appropriate time to add starting pitchers and relievers to your rosters, or for those of you participating in an auction format, how much of your budget you need to set aside to allow you to populate your starting rotation and bullpen. Part of the evaluation process with regard to pitching requires an understanding of which pitchers are likely to provide season-long goodness. That is, unless you enjoy scrambling throughout the course of the season, sifting through the options available on the waiver wire, or floating trades to your fellow owners that hopefully will not deplete your hitting ranks dramatically. Naturally, MLB teams will promote young starters and relievers throughout the season, bringing up arms from the minor leagues to replace injured pitchers in the...