Top 10 starting rotations for 2015

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This winter, we saw quite a few teams bolster their starting rotations by acquiring a second (or third) top of the line starter to pair with their incumbent aces. Teams want to make their starting five as bulletproof as possible going into the Postseason so they can shut down their opposition, but remember – a dominant rotation doesn't guarantee success. The Giants won the World Series with Madison Bumgarner setting down opposing hitters, and no other starters doing much of anything. Buyer beware.

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