If you've been following the Minnesota Twins at all this past offseason, you probably know that they must fix their pitching rotation if they want to get back to relevance in the American League Central. For the Twins to do that, they must take a look at every possible avenue (as they've done recently according to ESPN 1500 AM's Darren Wolfson) and decide which pitchers can help their team the most.
That process sounds like it's a case of playing fantasy baseball, but the Twins have to go deeper than that to fix what is arguably the worst starting rotation in Major League Baseball.
If the Twins aren't careful with who they select to fill their void of solid starting pitching, they could wind up signing another version of Jason Marquis or Ramon Ortiz. A failure like that could see the Twins rotation become even worse and subject their fans to more Brian Duensing or Nick Blackburn in the process.
With all the names being thrown around this offseason, here's a look at who could once again turn the Twins rotation into a strength.