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    Top 5 SP's in Baseball - RIGHT NOW

    There seems to be so many arguements going around in this forum latelty, that I feel like we could compile all of them into one thread and choose the best rotation..

    For this year, and for the future, what is the best rotation you could put together.

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    I would maybe go:

    Kershaw
    Felix
    Sale
    Darvish
    Strasburg

    Cueto (think he'd be disgusting closer with that deceptive delivery and filthy stuff.)

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    1. Kershaw
    2. Felix
    3. Sale
    4. Strasburg
    5. Darvish

    EDIT: Strasburg instead of Wainwright.
    Last edited by DodgerB24; 08-11-2014 at 01:32 PM.

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    1. Clayton Kershaw
    2. Felix Hernandez
    3. Chris Sale
    4. Yu Darvish
    5. Adam Wainwright

    Closer- Aroldis Chapman

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    I gotta go with

    1. Kershaw
    2. Felix
    3. Sale
    4. Kluber
    5. Jon Lester

    3 lefties, 2 dominant righties.

    Goodluck

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    How the hell is Strasburg making these lists?

    Never pitched over 183 innings in his career and is having the worst year of his career this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natsbats:28915917
    How the hell is Strasburg making these lists?

    Never pitched over 183 innings in his career and is having the worst year of his career this year.
    Ppl still in love with the idea of Strasburg more than what he is actually producing it seems.
    TWINSIES!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by natsbats View Post
    How the hell is Strasburg making these lists?

    Never pitched over 183 innings in his career and is having the worst year of his career this year.
    Agreed, he has no case for top 5 at the moment. Let him have a 200+ IP season and an ERA and FIP under 3 just once first, lol.

    1) Kershaw
    2) Felix

    Gap

    3) Wainwright
    4) Sale
    5) Price

    Closer: Chapman

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    I'm confused as to why Strasburg is on people's list as well.

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    Without much thought

    Kershaw
    Felix
    Wainwwright
    Sale
    Not sure who to pick

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    Kershaw
    Felix

    Sale

    Wainwright
    Lester

    Honorable mention: Kluber. Might be a one year wonder

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    In order

    Felix
    Kershaw
    Sale
    Lester
    Kluber

    Great Britton

    Only taking into account this year, seeing as Lester is probably having an aberration season and it's Klubs first time doing it.

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    yeah don't understand the Strasburg votes at all.

    1. Kershaw
    2. Felix
    3. Sale
    4. Wainwright
    5. Lester

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    He's 26 and getting 180 innings at those rates is exceptional for a fifth starter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WOwolfOL View Post
    He's 26 and getting 180 innings at those rates is exceptional for a fifth starter.
    Obviously he's a great fifth starter but he's not even close to the fifth best pitcher in baseball. He's not even the best pitcher on his team.

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