While it might be freezing in your neck of the woods right about now, we can take solace in knowing that things are about to warm up.
Pitchers and catchers will report to spring training over the next 10 days, and within the next two weeks, camps will be going full force as teams prepare for the warmer weather that comes along with the start of the MLB season.
While pitchers like Kyle Lohse and Joe Saunders remain available via free agency, rotations around the game have already begun to take shape.
Some teams enter spring training not only with a full complement of starters, but plenty of arms in reserve should injury or inconsistency befall a current member of the starting rotation.
Other teams, battles for the fourth and fifth spots in the rotation will be getting underway in earnest; battles that are sure to end with some surprising results.
Where does your favorite team's starting rotation stand when compared to the others in baseball?
Let's take a look.