Major League Baseball is fortunate to be loaded with young pitching talent—some of them are already excelling on the grand stage.
This season has already seen two outstanding performances from two top right-handed stars. Matt Harvey shut the Chicago White Sox down with a masterful one-hit masterpiece on Tuesday night. Just three nights later, St. Louis Cardinals starter Shelby Miller followed up with his own one-hit gem against the Colorado Rockies.
Miller and Harvey both figure to be outstanding pitchers for years to come, barring injury. But will they both be among the top 10 five years from now?
On Monday, the Washington Nationals travel to Los Angeles to take on the Dodgers. Both teams have pretty stellar young starters themselves in Stephen Strasburg and Clayton Kershaw.
Will either of them be top-10 pitchers five years from now? Can Miller or Harvey actually be better by then?
Let's take a look.