Why the ____ does he have to pitch consecutive starts of 113, 112 and 111 pitches?
Using a SP as injury prone as Millwood like this is a little stupid (if you use 105+ as the danger zone like I do).
Today he could have been stopped at 100 or less, as the Rangers were behind 2-0. Who gets glory from a complete game loss?
His next start is either @ Bal or @ Tor, I think he could either have a fatigue-inspired meltdown that game, or (hopefully) be pulled after 80-90 pitches.
After that he starts facing teams in his own division, and if he's still fit