As of right now, the Giants' 2015 starting rotation will look like this: Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain, Jake Peavy, Tim Hudson and Tim Lincecum.
Cain, whose nickname is "The Horse," (he pitched over 200 innings for six straight seasons from 2007 to 2012, and tossed 190.2 in 2006 and 184.1 in 2013) underwent surgery on his elbow in August to clear out bone chips and spurs.
“It’s amazing the guy (was) pitching when you see the size of the chips in the jar," Bochy said following the procedure.
Cain went under the knife again in late September, this time to have a bone spur removed from his right ankle.
Hudson, who will turn 40 in July, had bone spurs removed from his ankle on Jan. 2, but is expected to be ready for Opening Day.
Is Giants broadcaster Mike Krukow worried about the rotation?
"I still think that they may get another bat ... I'm more concerned about an arm," Krukow explained on KNBR 680-AM Wednesday morning. "I think that there are real concerns about this rotation coming into spring because you have guys who are coming off of surgeries, and I think that's always an issue.
"But then again you say well Yusmeiro Petit going 'Yo. What about me? I did well last year. Nobody's talking about me.'"
Peavy, who will turn 34 in May, signed a two-year/$24 million deal in December.
Lincecum, who made his last start on Aug. 23 before being demoted to the bullpen, made just one appearance during the 2014 postseason.
Bumgarner, coming off arguably the greatest postseason performance in MLB history, tossed a combined 270 innings in 2014, which could have an affect on his 2015 campaign.
Should San Francisco re-sign Ryan Vogelsong to bolster the pitching depth?
"I like Vogelsong because he can pitch," Krukow said. "He doesn't have to have good stuff to beat ya. Whatever he has, he can go out there and keep you in a ballgame ... it's the same thing you say about Hudson. It's the same thing you say about Peavy.
"They're not the same pitchers that they were five or six years ago but they can keep you in a ballgame, and that's what the Giants ask their starters to do. So if it got down to where Vogelsong came back into the organization, I think we'd all be happy about it."