The Cincinnati Reds are going to win at least 90 games this year. I know, it's an optimistic prediction, but it doesn't come without some points to back it up.
The National League Central Division has continued to get weak, as the Cincinnati Reds pitching staff has continued to get stronger.
The St. Louis Cardinals lost Albert Pujols and Tony La Russa, the Milwaukee Brewers lost Prince Fielder and the entire Houston Astros franchise is about to get moved to the American League. Meanwhile, the Reds have added Mat Latos, Sean Marshall and have even committed over $250 million to Joey Votto.
So, given all of this evidence. We're faced with one question: How will the Reds rotation hold up over the course of the 2012 season?
Luck for you, I have the answers.