it is, but as a 5th starter on the Yankees, that could be good enough for 5-6 wins down the stretch. I just think he'll be thrilled to be out of Coors.
Smalls has been outstanding, but I think we'd both be surprised if he pitched like this the rest of the year. I guess worse case scenario is Chacon's in the bullpen and maybe someone besides Sturtze can come in with a lead in the 6th/7th. Sturtze seems to be wearing down a little. His last 13.7 innings, 5.93 era 1.56 whip.