Rank 'Em: Postseason pitchers

Created: October 4, 2010, 6:54 AM

Where does Tim Lincecum rank?

Who are the postseason's top aces?

Felix Hernandez may well win the AL Cy Young. Adam Wainwright will surely get some votes for the NL's version of the award. But neither is in the mix when it comes to debating October's best pitchers. The fall stage has provided some command performances through the years, but which aces should be feared this autumn? Is Roy Halladay the premier pitcher in his first postseason? Will Tim Lincecum look like the two-time reigning Cy Young winner? What about a veteran arm like Andy Pettitte?

Who are the best arms in the postseason puzzle? Rank 20 of the best below.


 
 
  • Cincinnati Reds
    17-10, 3.88 ERA
  • San Francisco Giants
    13-11, 3.14 ERA
  • Cincinnati Reds
    12-7, 3.64 ERA
  • Tampa Bay Rays
    15-10, 3.91 ERA
  • Philadelphia Phillies
    21-10, 2.44 ERA
  • Philadelphia Phillies
    12-11, 3.06 ERA
  • Atlanta Braves
    17-9, 2.83 ERA
  • New York Yankees
    18-8, 4.19 ERA
  • Texas Rangers
    12-9, 3.18 ERA
  • San Francisco Giants
    16-10, 3.43 ERA
  • Minnesota Twins
    14-10, 3.62 ERA
  • Atlanta Braves
    16-12, 4.00 ERA
  • Philadelphia Phillies
    13-13, 2.76 ERA
  • Minnesota Twins
    17-11, 3.75 ERA
  • New York Yankees
    11-3, 3.28 ERA
  • Tampa Bay Rays
    19-6, 2.72 ERA
  • New York Yankees
    21-7, 3.18 ERA
  • San Francisco Giants
    13-9, 3.07 ERA
  • Cincinnati Reds
    4-3, 4.31 ERA
  • Texas Rangers
    15-8, 3.35 ERA