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Is it possible that a four or five-man rotation can be as sexy as America's potential offensive lineup?
In 2009, America sent Jake Peavy and Roy Oswalt as the potential ace(s) for the World Baseball Classic.
Potentially, America's best possible starting five for the 2013 WBC would include Justin Verlander, C.C. Sabathia, Clayton Kershaw, Matt Cain and Stephen Strasburg.
If Posey is the catcher, America might throw other Giants pitchers on the roster with Matt Cain for added benefit.
Unfortunately, if the Washington Nationals did not feel like pitching Stephen Strasburg in the MLB playoffs, I doubt they'll let their ace join the World Baseball Classic.
Not to worry, America, because the potential substitutes would be former Cy Young winners R.A. Dickey, David Price, Zack Greinke, Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Tim Lincecum, or even studs like Chris Sale, Cole Hamels and Jered Weaver.
What if there were no egos involved and we could throw more of MLB's nastiest starting pitchers in the bullpen as relievers?
How could other teams prepare if we could add some of baseball's best starting pitchers in the bullpen?
If Verlander, C.C., Kershaw and Cain all agree, is there any potential that Halladay, Lincecum, Lee and/or Sale can be used as relievers?
If this actually happens, America would run the table and never lose a game, just like the 2012 Men's Olympic Basketball team.
Seeing as how these bullpen questions are likely to be shot down, the best possible American bullpen would include Jonathan Papelbon, Joel Hanrahan, Craig Kimbrel, Sergio Romo, Jason Motte and last season's save leader Jim Johnson.