Posted December 18, 2011 on diamondbacks.scout.com
The Arizona Diamondbacks have added pitchers Trevor Cahill, Craig Breslow, and Takashi Saito to an already impressive staff. If Hiroki Kuroda comes into the fold as is rumored, this could be one of the best pitching staffs in all of baseball.
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