First of all, the Yankees REAL rotation is Sabathia, Burnett, Pettitte, Hughes and Vazquez.
Second, Phillies has the better rotation ON PAPER!
Third, let's check each teams' rotation:
Halladay: 13-8, 2.17 ERA
Hamels: 7-7, 3.56 ERA
Oswalt: 6-13, 3.53 ERA
Blanton: 4-6, 5.86 ERA
Kendrick: 6-4, 4.44 ERA
Sabathia: 13-5, 3.19 ERA
Burnett: 9-9, 4.93 ERA
Pettitte: 11-2, 2.88 ERA
Hughes: 13-4, 3.96 ERA
Vazquez: 9-7, 4.61 ERA
Looks to me like the Yankees have the better rotation as far as stats are concerned, this season. Other than Halladay, the other Phillie starters have average to awful stats and those stats would be alot worse if any of them were pitching in the tough AL East division. Other than Burnett, the Yankees starters have put up very good numbers. Even Vazquez has been decent as the #5 starter with a respectable ERA, though he is better than his stats. I guess he's just not that good in the AL, but he's a dominant pitcher in the NL.
As far as the choices, here are mine: Halladay, Hamels, Pettitte, Hughes and Vazquez (his experience).