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Old 09-15-2012, 10:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pitching wins championships. Itís a phrase that has been uttered so many times throughout the game of baseball. The San Francisco Giants in 2010 were the perfect example of great pitching can sometimes out weight not having a powerhouse offense.

With the postseason just weeks away, playoff races are heating up and fans can now see potential match-ups that may take place come October.

Lets take a look at the five best rotations for the playoffs. To be on the list, the team just has to be in contention for a playoff spot. The team does not have to currently be in a playoff to make the list.
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Old 09-15-2012, 10:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Would the Giants be at least 6th?

Matt Cain: 2.96 ERA, 14-5, .737 W/L%, 177 Strikeouts, 7.4 SO/per nine innings

Madison Bumgarner: 3.30 ERA, 14-10, .583 W/L%, 175 Strikeouts, 8.2 SO/per nine innings

Tim Licecum: Okay, he didn't start his season so well. But now he has been really on fire. The last 30 days, Licecum has a 3.30 ERA and is 3-1.

Barry Zito: Zito is finally beginning to show his true colors this season. Although he has a high ERA of 4.00 something, he still has 11 wins.

Ryan Vogelsong: He has been sucking these last couple of starts, but before that he was one of the best. He will be back, soon enough.


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Yeah, Giants/cards would be battling for 6th
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Oh yeah.. the Cardinals also have a great rotation.

With Lynn, Lohse, Wainwright.. but Garcia has been doing not so well this season.
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