It has been a quiet offseason in the NL Central.
The division no longer has the rebuilding Houston Astros to kick around and that seems to be the biggest change heading into the 2013 season.
On the free-agent front, Zack Greinke decided to stay out west. There is a slim chance the Milwaukee Brewers could be in play for outfielder Josh Hamilton, but no one is holding their breath.
The most intriguing rotation change was made when the Cincinnati Reds decided to give lights-out closer Aroldis Chapman a crack at their starting rotation. It will be interesting to see how that plays out.
With no impact starters left to sign (Kyle Lohse? Please.) let's see where St. Louis' starting rotation stacks up in the NL Central at this time.
All projected rotations courtesy MLBDepthCharts.com.