Bloomberg is Bullish on Phillies Pitching

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Even me, lover of all things Cliff Lee (and part-time poet), thinks third-parties are going overboard with rankings like CP Lee at number three. 

Yesterday, we learned that MLB 13: The Show has Lee rated as a 96 in the game, the highest among Phillies. And now, Bloomberg, the company that continues to carve out space in the sports intelligence race, ranks Lee as the third best fantasy pitcher:

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No argument that Lee pitched better than his numbers reflected last year. But third? Seems a bit high. 

It's not just Lee getting some love from Bloomberg. The Phillies have three of the top eight pitchers on on Bloomberg's list:

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Of course, fantasy and real world are quite different (unless your Paul Holmgren), but decent praise here.

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