The Philadelphia Phillies are coming off a 102-win campaign, led by a pitching staff that delivered a league-best 3.02 ERA in 2011. That team mark beat the National League average by 0.80 runs per nine innings, which is no small advantage. This starting rotation is just ludicrously good — Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels all rank as consensus top-seven fantasy starters — and Philly added Jonathan Papelbon to the bullpen during the off-season. In all likelihood, run prevention will not be a problem in the year ahead.
Run scoring, however, could be a different story. It's been a