Fantasy Baseball: Minnesota Twins 2014 Starting Rotation Preview

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Mar 22, 2014; Fort Myers, FL, USA; Minnesota Twins pitching coach Rick Anderson (40) talks with starting pitcher Kevin Correia (fourth from left) during a game against the New York Yankees at Hammond Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

This article is part of a series previewing the starting rotations of all the teams in the Major Leagues. Click here, for other articles in this preview series.   At Fansided’s Fantasy Baseball page, you can find a number of great resources to help you succeed in your league this season.

For most Major League teams, there are at least a few nice value pickups from their starting rotation, but is that true of even the Twins?

Last year, Minnesota starters finished with the worst batting average against in the Majors allowing opponents to hit a combined .305 against them.  Not surprisingly, they also had the highest ERA at 5.26 and went a combined 39-74 while pitching a league-low 871 innings.

Is there any fantasy gold to mine out of Minnesota? Let’s take a look at the projected starters for the Twins with a look at their (admittedly ugly) stats from last season and their fantasy outlook for 2014:

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