Breaking down the future of the Astros starting rotation

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Houston Astros, Framber Valdez
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What will the Astros do with the rotation for the 2023 season?

All-in-all, the Astros have lost of questions that will hopefully be answered with a longer season, however another half season could continue the question marks into 2023.

Questions are so varied with Astros starters that on the good side the Astros could have multiple solid number two and three starters with one or two possible Aces currently rostered.

On the low-end, Astros starters could be collectively competing for fourth or fifth in the rotation or more realistically fighting to stay off the injured list, since McCullers, Urquidy, and Verlander have had struggles of late.

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I for one think both Valdez and Urquidy’s potential proves to be an exciting prospect that could land the Astros a quality top four in the rotation that would be the envy of the league for the next five years.