Colorado Rockies Plan to Use "piggyback" Four-Man Rotation in 2013

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They were breaking bad, so they broke convention. On June 19, the Rockies were 25-40 and their starting pitchers were historically awful. At that point they switched to a four-man paired rotation, believing there was never a better time to examine the 75-pitch-limit model.

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