On paper, the best lineup away from their home stadium (Rockies away from Coors, Dodgers away from DS). However, Raffy and Kent have decided not to hit so far. With them coming back to normal, the offense should have no trouble scoring runs.
One of the top two rotations, in competition with SF. No superstars, but it might be the deepest one.
Bullpen: Horrible. Makes me cry.
Offense: Well, you dont have to be a genious to see its one-sided. Alou has been hitting well, expect that to drop. When bonds doesnt hit niether do the Giants.
Rotation is pretty good. Solid top 4 with Schmidt, Cain, Lowry, and Morris
Relief: See Dodgers, Los Angeles.
Offense: Weakest in the division. No real threats. Giles will walk, but no one really to drive him in or hit home runs besides a hobbling Piazza.
Pitching: Best starter west of St. Louis in Peavy, and a good second with Chris Young. Not much after that.
Relief: Tops in the West. Can count on them to protect a lead
Offense: Will score a billion runs at home. Holliday, Atkins, Hawpe, Sullivan, and Barmes make the future look really bright.
Pitching: Well, its pitching in colorado. But Jennings seems like he has figured out how to pitch in Coors, and the starters have performed admirably.
Relief: Decent. Probably one of the more underrated bullpens in the game.
Offense: Got a few good contributers. Probably 3rd best in the division.
Pitching: Webb is the second best pitcher in the league and maybe the most underrated starter in MLB. But also a really bad back end of the rotation.
Relief: Valverde is young and powerful, not to many guys to get it to him.[/
Doesnt ARZ have the strongest bullpen in there divison
Also, ARZ has the best future with there Prospects coming up and they also will free up alot of salary in the next 2 years.
I predict ARZ wins there divison this year