The 2010-2011 MLB offseason has seen many changes in the locations of starting pitchers, and pitchers in general.
This week, we learned that the all-time save record holder, Trevor Hoffman, decided to retire. Cliff Lee left a large amount of money on the table to rejoin the Philadelphia Phillies, making himself a teammate of the 2010 NL Cy Young Award winner and creating the best pitching rotation that baseball has seen in at least a decade.
Andy Pettitte's retirement is still pending. Zack Greinke was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers. Matt Garza was traded to the Chicago Cubs. Brandon Webb signed with the Texas Rangers. Javier Vazquez was signed by the Florida Marlins, and Jon Garland was signed by the LA Dodgers.
These are among the highlights of the pitcher changes this offseason.
This article will cover how each team's pitching looked last year statistically. The article will show the present rotations for each of the teams and how each pitcher in their rotation performed last year statistically to see how those pitchers may perform this coming year.