Braves rotation looks to be in much better shape this time around
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If you didn’t see what happened with the Braves’ rotation, you might not believe it. Despite ending up one of the final four teams standing last season, the Braves had a borderline inconceivable stroke of misfortunes with their starting pitching. It started even before the pandemic froze MLB for months. Left-hander Cole Hamels was injured and behind the 8-ball in spring training. The team went to summer camp optimistic that Hamels would be ready for the season. He wasn’t; multiple setbacks limited the team’s big free-agent addition to 3-1/3 innings (one start). Newcomer Felix Hernandez, who sh…

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