Major League Baseball rosters have been set at 28 players for the first few weeks of the season due to the lockout-shortened Spring Training. Many teams have used these first few weeks to continue to analyze players who didn’t get enough time in spring games.
MLB and the MLB Players Association had agreed that as of May 2, rosters would be cut to 26 with a limit of 13 pitchers on an active roster.
As of today, that’s been changed:
It seems clear that a lot of starting pitchers aren’t stretched out yet.