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MLB's Best Pitching Rotations

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7) Mid-1960s Dodgers

Why limit ourselves to just one season? The Dodger rotation of this era is at once great and overrated in the main. Overrated because of the run-suppressing era and a home park that was pitcher-friendly (in part because of an illegally heightened mound) even by the standards of the times. Still, Sandy Koufax enjoyed one of the great peaks of all-time, Don Drysdale was above-average for several seasons, and rookie Don Sutton (a future Hall of Famer) came on board in '66 and immediately pitched well. Additionally, Claude Osteen was a strong presence in '65 and '66, and Johnny Podres and Bob Miller capably played supporting roles from time to time. (AP Photo)

-Dayn Perry

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