Well, there's your closer. Jake McGee and his impressive 1.80 ERA over a whopping FIVE innings pitched.
After he led the league with 45 saves and posted a 1.73 ERA, and .802 WHIP, Rafael Soriano bolted for the Bronx. Matt Garza won 15 games with a 3.91 ERA and 1.251 WHIP in over 200 innings in 2010, and he was promptly traded to the Cubs.
Don't be worried, Rays fans, after David Price (nothing bad to say about him), your rotation features James Shields who posted a 5.18 ERA in 203 innings with a 13-15 record last season. Then you have Jeff Niemann, with his 4.39 2010 ERA and 12-8 record. Thankfully, you also have...oh, Wade Davis, 4.07 ERA, 1.350 WHIP.
I know, I know, you're all screaming about Hellickson, but neither I, nor you have seen enough of the 23-year-old to have ANY clue what he will do this season. I'll tell you, his innings will be limited, and it is the exception, NOT the rule, to see a pitcher be dominant in his first full season as a starter, let alone in the AL East.