Red Sox's rotation filled with several potential aces

With four potential aces, the Red Sox boast a rotation that could be nothing less than dominant in 2007.

Originally Published: February 12, 2007
By Tim Kurkjian | ESPN The Magazine

What team has the best rotation in baseball? That used to be an easy question. For the better part of 10 years, the Braves were the simple answer, but it's not an easy question now. There are six or seven good rotations, but no dominant ones, as was proven last season, only the second year in baseball history that no team's starting rotation had an ERA less than 4.00.

The team we've chosen has as many questions -- six -- as it has starting pitchers: a rookie from Japan, a guy with a 5.01 ERA ...

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