Fantasy Baseball Rankings 2012: The Top 15 Starting Rotations

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Fantasy Baseball Rankings 2012: The Top 15 Starting Rotations
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Roy Halladay, the best fantasy and real-world pitcher since 2007, has the capacity for 18 wins, 212 strikeouts, 2.80 ERA and 1.04 WHIP this year.

In a bit of full disclosure, I crapped out when crafting these rankings of fantasy's top 15 starting rotations.

When choosing amongst the Dodgers, Mariners, Red Sox, Marlins, Indians, White Sox and Reds, there was no absolute, foolproof method for determining the final two slots, so an uncomfortable compromise was reached with four clubs, leaving three temporarily out of the mix.

Regarding baseball's No. 1 rotation for fantasy purposes, if you need to think about which club holds that honor, you haven't been paying attention to my articles...or baseball in general. Enjoy the show!

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