The New York Yankees have spent most of the offseason rebuilding an offensive lineup that failed the team miserably last season.
With a retooled offense and millions of dollars spent to prove it, it's time to focus the attention on a starting rotation that has many unknowns in it.
In 2013, the Yankees' pitching ranked in the middle of the pack overall and finished the season with a 3.94 ERA, which was eighth in the American League, per ESPN.
Gone are Phil Hughes and Andy Pettitte. The Yankees have three spots in the rotation set for next season. Currently, there are at least three or four pitchers on the roster who will fight for the last two spots. The Yankees will also be looking for potential free agents to fill out the rotation.
Whomever the Yankees get to pitch every fourth and fifth day will go a long way in factoring into the Yankees' success next season.