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The Tigers have a pitching conundrum on their hands.

Two rotation spots remain for three players: Jeremy Bonderman, Dontrelle Willis, and Nate Robertson. All three have had impressive moments in the spring, but all three carry scars of a couple seasons of ineffectiveness.

The question of which two to take has racked my brain the past two weeks, but I think Zac summed it up best a few days ago by saying: "Questions abound even as questions are answered. The optimist in me says there is no wrong answer. The pessimist in me says there is no right answer." I stumbled across an article by’s Nob Neyer about “rethinking the No. 5 starter.”

Rob’s main point is that a five man pitching rotation might not always fit every team’s per ...

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