There is enough skepticism from the outside to make one wonder if the Twins' starting rotation is truly a strength or just looks better by comparison to previous years.

The Washington Post recently ranked the Twins' rotation 28th out of 30 in MLB, though admittedly didn't offer much by way of explanation beyond doubting it has been upgraded enough beyond last year's MLB-worst 5.06 ERA.

The rotation is the second-best thing about the Twins — better than the defense, better than the bullpen, not as good as the offense — but there are too many "ifs" to call it a true strength yet.

who is … Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, a fan of the show, is slated to appear on an episode of "Celebrity Jeopardy!" on May 12, reported.

1998 asks the question, "If you could change the outcome of one play (in any sporting event ever), which would it be?"