Hitting may put fans in the stands, but pitching still wins championships, and that was never more clear than last season when Madison Bumgarner led the San Francisco Giants to a World Series title.

It’s been a busy offseason on the pitching market, with Max Scherzer and Jon Lester heading this year’s free-agent class of starters. The third ace-caliber arm on the market, James Shields, has yet to sign and could certainly shake things up between now and Opening Day.

With that in mind, what follows is a look at where all 30 MLB teams’ rotations rank heading into spring training.

A team’s projected five-man rotation to open the year carried the most weight in determining where each team was ranked.

However, we also took overall depth and potential impact prospects into account, as most teams deal with injuries throughout the course of the season and are forced to turn to others outside of their original five.

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