Updating MLB Teams with the Most Pitching Depth to Trade in 2013

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Updating MLB Teams with the Most Pitching Depth to Trade in 2013
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Season-ending Tommy John surgery for Billingsley has been one of several setbacks for the once-deep Dodgers rotation.

Prior to the start of the season, I took a look around the league and came up with seven teams who appeared to have enough pitching depth to possibly pull off a trade to fill a hole on their roster.

In the article, I discussed how “Which teams have pitching depth to trade?” is sort of a trick question and that any general manager in the league would tell you that you can never have enough pitching depth.

This theory has proven to be true once again as injuries and an inability for all five starting pitchers to meet expectations can quickly make a team’s pitching depth disappear. A few of the teams remain strong, while others have seen their pitching depth take a hit early on. 

Here are updates on those teams—Arizona, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Los Angeles (NL), Tampa Bay, Toronto—a month into the regular season. 

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