From Friday, March 10, to Tuesday, March 14, every healthy starting pitcher that is vying for a spot in the starting rotation delivered an exceptional appearance.
|Brandon McCarthy||3.0 IP||1 H||0 ER||0BB||3K|
|Julio Urias||2.0 IP||0 H||0 ER||1 BB||3 K|
|Hyun-Jin Ryu||2.0 IP||1 H||0 ER||0 BB||2 K|
|Alex Wood||3.0 IP||3 H||1 ER||1 BB||3 K|
|Clayton Kershaw||4.0 IP||2 H||1 ER||1 BB||4 K|
|Rich Hill||3.2 IP||1 H||0 ER||3 BB||3 K|
|Kenta Maeda||3.2 IP||1 H||1 ER||0 BB||7 K|
They combined for 21 1/3 innings pitched, allowing just three earned runs between all seven starters. That, along with a 25 to 6 K/BB ratio, is something that fans should get excited about, spring training or not.
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The team as a whole excelled in 2016, even with all of the injuries they faced. 2017 could be a year of health and breakouts for the Dodgers starting rotation.
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