The Philadelphia Phillies had a good pitching rotation last year. They may have the best of all time now. Multiple news outlets are reporting Cliff Lee has inked a five-year contract worth $120 million to come back to the Phillies. Reports say Lee could be leaving $50 million on the table in order to come back to Philadelphia. Lee was once with Philadelphia, but was traded before the beginning of last season when the Phils picked up Roy Halladay. If nothing changes, Philadelphia could have a pitching rotation of Lee, Halladay, Roy Oswalt, and Cole Hamels. There is a sixth year vesting option that is worth $27.5 million.