UPDATE: Latest NL Central Rotation Rankings

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UPDATE: Latest NL Central Rotation Rankings
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The Cubs signed two decent arms for their rotation.

While the usual suspects like the Angels, Dodgers and Red Sox have all made splashes in free agency, the past two weeks have featured a cry of relevance from several longtime losing franchises.

The Royals sent the consensus-best prospect in baseball, Wil Myers, to the Rays along with other prospects to acquire James Shields and Wade Davis to anchor their rotation.

The long-suffering Indians pulled out all the stops to sign second-best free-agent bat Nick Swisher, but more importantly, they moved oft-injured Shin-Soo Choo in a three-team deal that netted them Drew Stubbs and Trevor Bauer.

And here in the NL Central, both the Cubs and Pirates made several moves that shake up the bottom of our division rotation rankings.

Don't look for change at the top, however. The Reds and Cardinals still sport the top-two rotations in the NL Central, if not in all of the National League.



All rosters courtesy of mlbdepthcharts.com.

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