Measuring Phillies' rotation historically

Philadelphia's top four starters arguably the best that one team has ever assembled

Originally Published: December 14, 2010
By Jayson Stark | ESPN.com

The ace is a two-time Cy Young winner, a three-time 20-game winner, and a man who just finished leading the National League in wins, innings, shutouts and win probability added. That would be Roy Halladay.

His right-handed partner in crime has won 20 twice himself, has the fifth-best winning percentage of any right-handed pitcher in the live-ball era and just led the NL in WHIP. That would be Roy Oswalt.

They're joined on the left side by a fellow who has won a World Series ...

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