In the ERA column, I highlighted those pitchers who had an ERA above 4.00 despite having a FIP below 4.00. They're good candidates to experience a dip in their ERA for 2010. In the second column, I highlighted those that had a significantly lower ERA than their FIP and might experience a slight regression in their ERA (though they should still be good candidates for an ERA below 4.00). And, in the third column, I highlighted those that had an xFIP (a normalized version of the stat that accounts for luck) above 4.00 so might have been a bit lucky in 2009 and could regress slightly.
So, when all is said and done, we still have a nice list of candidates that you can buy low on and expect a nice return from in 2010 with a couple of red flags (but nothing too major). Some of these pitchers are being drafted later due to injury risk but there are names on here without any red flags who could be quite valuable for fantasy baseball purposes in 2010 such as Hiroki Kuroda, Brett Anderson, Jason Hammell, John Lackey, Gavin Floyd, Max Scherzer and Jorge De La Rosa.
If you still have some drafts to do, these are guys that you might want to keep in mind in those middle rounds as potentially valuable starters to fill up your rotation with.