Cubs rotation deep despite the lack of true ace
MESA, Ariz. – Jeff Samardzija led the Chicago Cubs in innings pitched his first year as a starter. Matt Garza has been solid when healthy. Edwin Jackson pitched for eight other teams the last 10 seasons.
While none of those top three pitchers in the Chicago rotation can yet be considered an ace, the Cubs should be able to make up for the lack of a true No. 1 with their potential depth.
"One way or another, we're going to have five pretty good starters to start the season," manager Dale Sveum said. "You have three guys that can go out there with no-hitter type stuff."
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