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2012 in Review: The Rotation

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Corey Kluber: Promise, but Not Much Else

Like Zach McAllister, Corey Kluber was acquired via a mid-season veteran-for-prospect trade. And like McAllister, Kluber should be in the mix for next season's rotation. Kluber also shared something with McAllister; growing pains in 2012.

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Worst Rotation Ever?

The Indians finished with a record of 68-94 and a run differential of -178, second worst in baseball and the worst by a Cleveland team since 1991. It takes a lot of things going wrong for a team to be that bad, but the main culprit for 2012’s failures was the starting rotation.

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Zach McAllister: Almost Average?

If you look at earned runs, Zach McAllister was the Tribe's best starting pitcher by a large margin. But if you include all the unearned runs allowed by McAllister, his 2012 season looks a lot more suspect.

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Justin Masterson, Box of Chocolates

Ubaldo Jimenez has gotten a lot of the attention this season for his bad pitching, though Justin Masterson deserves a lot of it as well. But do both pitchers share the same outlook?

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2012 in Review: Ubaldo Jimenez

Ubaldo Jimenez was acquired by the Indians at the 2011 trade deadline, in exchange for four minor league players, most significantly Drew Pomeranz and Alex White, the team’s top two pitching prospects. Jimenez was a bust over the final two months of 2011. He entered 2012 looking to redeem himself, but with a lot of questions surrounding him.

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2012 in Review: Derek Lowe

Derek Lowe was acquired by the Indians just after the 2011 World Series ended. He had one year left on his previous contract, but the Braves were no longer in his services. They were willing to eat $10M of the $15M owed him in exchange for nothing (technically, in exchange for Chris Jones, but the move was primarily a salary dump for Atlanta), so the Tribe picked him for for one year at $5M.

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2012 in Review: Josh Tomlin

Little Cowboy's 2012 campaign.

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