Oh I beg your pardon. I assumed that the Rockies would be dying to improve their starting pitching, but I guess they just plan on them all getting better. Whatever
Rockies have pitching plan in place as they head to winter meetings
There's no camouflaging the facts. Rockies starting pitchers posted a 29-68 record and 5.81 ERA in 2012. Simply put, they bombed.
Think the club is going to blow it all up and start from scratch? Think again.
The Rockies, despite a 98-loss season, view their starting rotation as a reclamation project. They are not planning to rebuild. They want to add help but insist they have a solid base in place, so long as left-hander Jorge De La Rosa and right-handers Jhoulys Chacin and Juan Nicasio stay healthy in 2013. They believe the addition of a veteran arm will add stability. They express confidence that one or two of their young starters will blossom to take a spot in the back of the rotation.
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