Ok, so I live in Denver and my and I were throwing around this idea that the Rockies might be able to use. The Rox have historically bad starting pitching right? They've thrown money at it in the past (see Mike Hampton). Why couldn't the Rockies develop a staff of just RP?
Now I haven't researched this fully, this is just off the top of my head, but I believe pitchers have a better success rate their first time through the order. So maximum, a P goes 3 IP, or 1 time through the order, then a change is made. That way you keep your Ps fresh, presumably with a lighter workload, and they'd be able to pitch on shorter rest as well which would be needed for this stategy to work.
Also, having a staff of just RPs would presumably be less expensive than having a staff of 5 SPs and RPs, which would free up the Rox to go for big bats. And they shouldn't have a difficult time recruiting big bats, b/c who wouldn't want to pad their stats with a couple years in the thin air of Colorado.
Now I'm pretty sure this won't fly, but I think it's worth considering, especially since the Mets will have to use some form of it tonight and the WS if they make it.