With the 2011 MLB season winding down, it's time to take a quick peek at 2012.
If the world doesn't end, we can look forward to a wacky offseason involving baseball's best player. along with one of its best pitchers as well.
While pitching was better in 2011, it's probably more of a sign that hitting was worse, as the Post-Steroid Era reaches fruition.
That being said, less money will be spent on pitching, and as a result, rotations could be radically different next year.
Here are 10 starting rotations that could be radically different in 2012...