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Pitching staffs

PostPosted: Thu Mar 03, 2016 5:30 pm
by smoyer
Counting srarters and relievers,what is your top 5 pitchung staffs?

Re: Pitching staffs

PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 12:20 am
by JGuilbault11
1. Mets
2. Cubs
3. Nationals
4. Cardinals
5. Indians

Giants and Dodgers on the outside looking in.

Re: Pitching staffs

PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 1:39 pm
by eatyun
JGuilbault11 wrote:1. Mets
2. Cubs
3. Nationals
4. Cardinals
5. Indians

Giants and Dodgers on the outside looking in.

I agree with the top 5 on this list, however I think it should look like this
1. Mets
2. Nationals
3. Indians
4. Cardinals
5. Cubs
The Cubs back end is not that great, and I think IF the Cardinals rotation stays healthy, they will have better pitching (that is a big if though)

Re: Pitching staffs

PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2016 4:27 pm
by JGuilbault11
Definitely can't argue with that either. These five are pretty clear-cut from the field, but between the five I can see reasoning for all rankings.

Re: Pitching staffs

PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:52 pm
by ironman
eatyun wrote:
JGuilbault11 wrote:1. Mets
2. Cubs
3. Nationals
4. Cardinals
5. Indians

Giants and Dodgers on the outside looking in.

I agree with the top 5 on this list, however I think it should look like this
1. Mets
2. Nationals
3. Indians
4. Cardinals
5. Cubs
The Cubs back end is not that great, and I think IF the Cardinals rotation stays healthy, they will have better pitching (that is a big if though)


I have to agree with your Cubs assessment. I'll be curious to see if Adam Warren makes a serious push to be in the rotation full-time or not as well.