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Fantasy Baseball: Colorado Rockies 2014 Starting Rotation Preview

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Apr 16, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; General view of a snowman in front of the main entrance to Coors Field before the game between the New York Mets and the Colorado Rockies. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-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.

There was a time when going anywhere near Coors Field with any starting pitcher in fantasy baseball was suicidal.  The last few years, though, things have started to turn around as the Rockies pitching has improved and the famous humidor has brought the park effect back under control.

Last year, however, the Rockies starting staff took a step backwards and struggled to a collective 54-60 record from their starters with a 4.57 ERA.  As a rotation, the Rockies were in the bottom five in the league in ERA, innings pitched, strikeouts, and opponents batting average.  They were better than the Twins rotation which was the worst in the majors, but not by much.

To their credit, Colorado has tried to make some changes this offseason bringing in Brett Anderson from Oakland and Franklin Morales from Boston.  There could be some fantasy value to some of the Colorado starters as a short term pickup or as streaming options although they don’t have anyone that needs to be targeted in most mixed-league drafts.

In the following slides, you can find the projected starters for the Rockies with their numbers from last year and their outlook for the 2014 season.

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