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Seven Hurlers, One Spot: Who's Left Standing?

Seven pitchers are all vying for the last spot in the Dodgers' rotation. Looking to end the revolving door scenario, Joe Torre is hoping to select a player that will remain throughout the season. Tyson Qualls breaks down each pitcher.

Charlie Haeger: After already bouncing around four different teams at the ripe young age of 26, Haeger is looking to find a long term home with the Dodgers. Last year he was asked to step up in the midst of injuries and did so admirably. The knuckleballer pitched 14.0 innings, giving up only 3 runs in his first two starts. His third, and final, start of the season wasn't as smooth. Fortunately...

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