2015 Outlook: Rockies Starting Pitching

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Jhoulys Chacin

Chacin never had a spring training this year – and any viewer could see that. He was rushed back into the fold due to a plethora of injuries and never really looked comfortable. Chacin lacked confidence all year, but has the talent to be the ace of the staff. A good, long offseason will do him good.

Through 124 career starts, Chacin has an ERA of 3.78. That’s a pretty good number considering he pitches in the most hitter-friendly ballpark in the majors. He has a lot riding on his shoulders, but I see this season as an outlier and 2015 as a more progressive season.