Your pitching has too much potential to stay in the cellar. Sabathia is undoubtedly off to an awful start, but it's been noted to be a flaw in his mechanics and he's been quoted as saying he knows what he has to do to turn it around. Stick with him. Kazmir and Shields, unlike in years past, will be able to put up good numbers AND get wins with TB's improved offense. I think Greinke is on track and I don't think this is a fluke. He's just beginning to realize his potential and I believe this is only the beginning of the line for him. Unlike in years past, he has a defined role and is expected to stay a starter for the long-term. I've never been really high on Lilly and don't see him as much more than an extra arm. Sanchez, like the others above me noted, will rack up the Ks, but control and consistency have plagued him throughout his young career. Don't lose faith in him when he starts to struggle, just know beforehand what you're getting. Johnson is old and won't be counted on too much to handle the load because the DBacks have both Webb and Haren anchoring the rotation. It really all depends on his health. He's not one to rely on, but stick with him. If he stays healthy, he'll be a nice surprise. I have faith in Wood's ability as a pitcher and I don't see him losing his job for poor performance. Should his health allow it, the job is his to keep, even with other options Marmol and Howry. Jenks is money in the bank for 30 saves. 40 if the White Sox can get him that many leads. Gagne doesn't have the greatest job security, so you'll have to keep an eye on his performance. If he appears to be going down, be ready to get out while you can. Your pitching is good enough to turn it around as there is still a lot of season left to be played. However, if your offense can spare it, another option would be ideal. Perhaps Dustin McGowan is available?