DOUBLE DIPPIN': April 11-17

As we settle in for the first full week of the regular season, back of the rotation arms will be getting their first start of the season, with many of them getting another turn next weekend. While offense is down so far, as it often is in April, keep in mind that with the shortened spring training, most pitchers aren't ready to go out and throw 100 pitches just yet.

Out of 38 starting pitcher performances through Friday, just 17 completed even four frames, with 14 lasting longer than that. We've included some notes regarding their recent workloads leading up to the regular season, which may help in figuring out who is capable of providing innings, and in turn strikeouts and the potential for wins. 

One other thing to keep in mind is...

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