Every team wants one, he's more important than a power hitter, a shut down closer, or a super utility man. Every team wants a young No.1 starter at or under the age of 26; a young superstar pitcher you can build your team around, one less spot in the rotation that you have to worry about.
You hold on to these pitchers like your life depends on it, and you overprotect that arm like you overprotect your child. Because your entire franchise is on that throwing arm, and everybody knows that throwing arms are made out of glass.
For this list, I am looking for several things: past performance, injuries, contribution to the team, pure stuff, and whether or not their future is looking bright.
Every pitcher under or at 26 or under in the majors is eligible, injured or not.