The Philadelphia Phillies' starting pitching rotation has been similar to that of a revolving door with squeaky hinges.
Injuries and inconsistency have riddled the Phillies' staff while Kyle Kendrick has performed as Philadelphia's ace in the hole.
The 2013 Major League Baseball All-Star Game is to be played on July 16 at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. That's 64 days away for those keeping track at home.
That is an ample amount of time for Phillies starting pitchers to rack up some wins and keep the team in contention.
According to Matt Gelb at Philly.com, the Phillies don't need a fifth starter until May 21. That fifth starter could be anyone so it seemed appropriate to exclude that spot in this piece rather than speculate.
Following are predictions of the win totals for all four current and healthy Phillies starting pitchers by the Midsummer Classic.
Each pitcher should get about 12 more starts before the All-Star break, give or take a couple starts.