MLB 2011: Ranking the Top Seven Starting Pitching Rotations in Baseball

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MLB 2011: Ranking the Top Seven Starting Pitching Rotations in Baseball
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It's no secret that a solid rotation is key for success. An offense, no matter how formidable, can be silenced by effective pitching, keeping the team in the game.

Closing in on two months into the 2011 MLB season, a distinct group of starting pitching staffs has risen to the forefront as being capable of taking their teams to the playoffs. 

To be a truly fearsome rotation, a team needs five established starters who can all deliver quality outings reliably. Looking back at the 2010 season, we saw the San Francisco Giants (who made this list with almost the same rotation) ride their starters all the way to their World Series title. 

Without further ado, let's look at the top seven starting pitching staffs in baseball a third of the way through the season. 

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