Philadelphia Phillies Have Better Bullpen Than San Francisco Giants

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Philadelphia Phillies Have Better Bullpen Than San Francisco Giants
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The Philadelphia Phillies have split their series against the San Francisco Giants thus far, and the bullpen has been a minimal factor to this point.

Closer Brian Wilson (and his dumb beard) is likely out for the season, while the Phillies spent a monumental amount of money on Jonathan Papelbon. Both teams have anemic offenses with starting pitching that leaves the rest of MLB drooling.

Roy Halladay and Tim Lincecum have four Cy Young awards between them, and Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels, Matt Cain and Madison Bumgarner are all above-average starting pitchers.

It's hard to argue that anyone in MLB has a better starting rotation than the Philadelphia Phillies, but how does the Giants bullpen stack up against that of the Phightin's?

Here's why the Philadelphia Phillies bullpen is better than that of the San Francisco Giants.

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