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How will Cleveland’s starting rotation look in 2015?

The Cleveland Indians‘ announcement Tuesday that starting pitcher Gavin Floyd would be out indefinitely having re-injured the stress fracture in his elbow that had shortened his 2014 season, cast some doubt upon the strength of the Indians’ starting rotation.

Who would take his place? Can the Indians, who had the youngest rotation in baseball in 2014, bounce back, even if they had to replace him with someone younger? Who are their options?

To read the full post and find out the answers to these pressing questions for Cleveland, use the link below to go to Baseball Hot Corner:

Who will end up in Cleveland’s starting rotation?

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