The Dodgers Have the Worst Playoff Rotation Ever

Posted: 25th September 2009 by kensai in MLB
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Or something like that. 8. Dodgers Prospective rotation: (1) Randy Wolf, (2) Clayton Kershaw (if healthy), (3) Hiroki Kuroda, and (4) (pick one) Chad Billingsley, Jon Garland, or Vicente Padilla. Every time we asked one of our panelists about the Dodgers' rotation, we got a variation of the same response: "I don't even know what their rotation is," said one NL scout. Uh, that's OK. Neither do they. Wolf, to even their surprise, has morphed into their Game One starter thanks to a great year (11-6, with seven blown saves behind him and more quality startsù23ùthan any NL pitcher except Tim Lincecum or Dan Haren). And Kuroda (5-1, 2.34 the past two months) has finally righted his ship. But the often-dominating Kershaw is still inching back from a separated non-pitching shoulder. ...

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