Monday, 16 March 2009

Death, Taxes, And D'backs Starting Pitching

If Scherzer merely comes close to a Lincecum-type breakout season, this should be the best rotation in the NL.
Part 1 of Desert Pepper's look at the 2009 Arizona Diamondbacks. Starting us off is, naturally, starting pitching.Throughout the franchise history, Arizona's always had a solid rotation. Even if the offense was nothing more than a gentle windmill for the catcher, the rotation would have at least have Randy Johnson, Curt Schilling, or Brandon Webb,...

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