Ah, the left-handed starting pitcher. Even in the year 2013, this is still a valuable commodity in the game today. But while the best lefties in the game are elite, the middle ground of lefties can be a little mediocre. The lefthanders to rank 11th-15th in ERA in the league this year were Ross Detwiler, Jonathon Niese, Scott Diamond, Paul Maholm, and Chris Capuano...not exactly a murderer's row. However, there are still enough quality lefties in the league to make a great-looking top ten.
Remember: this list (and all of the lists we'll be rolling out this week) reflect the order I'd prefer to have the players for the 2013 season. I don't care about 2016, I don't care about 2010, I care about 2013. Got it? Good.
10. Wade Miley, Diamondbacks
Miley, the NL Rookie of the Year runner-up, had a great season that came out of nowhere for the Diamondbacks, but I'm just not sure what his future is going to look like. He's already 26, and just completed hi...