The Atlanta Braves will once again hope a relatively young and inexperienced starting rotation can anchor the 2014 season as it did in 2013.
The Braves entered 2013 facing questions about Mike Minor and Julio Teheran's effectiveness for an entire season.
Brandon Beachy's health and Kris Medlen's role were also questions.
The end result was a 3.51 ERA for the starting rotation—good enough for fifth in the National League.
The 2014 season will bring some new questions surrounding the rotation.
The departure of veteran Tim Hudson (and possibly Paul Maholm) leaves the Braves with a young and talented rotation in 2014.
Here's one man's prediction for the look of the starting rotation when the 2014 season begins.