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The management did a great job in peacemealing this Pitching Rotation in 2014.
Big injuries, 3 different Closers, and finally won the hottest Closers to end a year in Uehara pitching for the clubs final outs to win the Fall Classic.
The latest addition as of now for the 2014 season, are Chris Capuano for the Starting staff and also Bullpen arm Burke Badenhop, who came over from a nice year in the pen for the Milwaukee Brewers.
The club will sees Ryan Dempster take the year off for injury, but are stoked about saving his $14 MIL pricetag that he is forfeiting this season.
The Starting Rotation was also held together with duct tape and barbed wire in 2013, but it was enough to aid the awesome offense, and the team will sporting championship rings because of it.
By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): Follow @chuckbooth3024
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The 2014 season is quickly coming, and many people are putting together their yearly MLB Record predictions for both of the AL and NL.
One of the things people must remember to do, is to have their teams all equal 2430 wins. Since they are that many games in any given campaign (at least to start with before any cancellations are never played).
This is the 1st thing to look for.
Obviously every team should add to 162 games in the W – L columns of each squad.
Furthermore, you also have to account for the record in Interleague play between the AL in NL (this represents 290 games out of the 2430 game schedule.)
The AL and NL Records will also mirror reflect each other, as that determines a won – loss differential among the leagues.
If you played all games without interleague all teams would perfect match up even – even on the W-L when you added up all teams in the American League.