AL East 2015: Ranking the Starting Pitching

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Sep 26, 2014; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Chris Tillman (30) throws against the Toronto Blue Jays in the second inning at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Trying to rank AL East starting pitching is a bit of a dilemma. You never know how an injury can change an entire rotation. Between Spring Training 2014 and now, the Red Sox saw their pitching change drastically. Clay Buchholz is the only holdover from a year ago, and he didn’t even start 2014 in the Red Sox rotation as he recovered from injury (some would say he never fully recovered). Then there is Toronto, who has their rotation built around two aging bulldogs and some young pitchers.

But there is one team that consistently pitched better than any other last year.

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