Comparing the Texas Rangers' Rotation to Every Possible Postseason Matchup

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Comparing the Texas Rangers' Rotation to Every Possible Postseason Matchup
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When you're number five is a former 17-game winner that was forced into the bullpen, it's all good.

The 2012 Texas Rangers appear poised for another trip deep into the promised land of postseason play.  Naturally, it's very early in the young season and nothing is guaranteed. The Neftali Feliz injury is a sobering reminder of the fragility of a season.  

However, if there is a plus side to losing Neftali for four to six weeks, it's that it demonstrates the unbelievable depth that the Rangers possess.  

The Rangers have former 17-game winner Scott Feldman as a stopgap while Feliz rests and rehabs his ailing elbow.  

Even with the loss of a key contributor to their rotation, Texas still has one of the best rotations in the big leagues.

Here's a look at how the Texas Rangers rotation compares to other playoff hopefuls.  

The first slides are a look at the rotations of the teams that would claim playoff berths should the season end today. The final slides feature a glimpse on how the Rangers stack up with additional teams that have playoff aspirations.

Enjoy. 

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