MLB Preview 2011: Ranking the AL Central's Starting Rotations

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MLB Preview 2011: Ranking the AL Central's Starting Rotations
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Mark Buehrle is now the elder statesman of AL Central starting pitchers.

A good starting rotation can cure many ills, and with the AL Central up for grabs like it normally is, whoever assembles the strongest rotation could easily take the division come September. There is some real pitching talent in the division, but we've also lost three of the last four AL Cy Young Award winners (CC Sabathia, Cliff Lee, Zack Greinke).

At the end of the year, whichever rotation fares best will probably get a chance to strut their stuff in the postseason. With that, let's take a look at how the AL Central's rotations stand up to each other.

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