Here's my take... I'm a non-owner, and didn't draft him... so take this with that in mind. I think if you have the roster flexibility he is worth keeping at the end of your bench (assuming you have a deep bench, and the flexbility). If not, he is cuttable. He was recently cut in a 12 team league I'm in, and I'd like to find a spot for him on my bench, because I already have a good rotation, and he's simply a lotto ticket at the end of my bench, I figure check his stats after 1-2 minor league starts, and if he pitches well, hope he gets called up. As others have said, your BABIP is going to be high if you are throwing trash pitches, I hadn't really given it much thought (I guess thinking logically isn't always my strong point
) and simply viewed the BABIP as being a fluke and that he'd eventually turn it around. All that said, he was a guy I avoided simply because of his spike in IP and pitches thrown last year, who knows, maybe the Marlins will shelve him on the minor league DL if he struggles, and a little time off could be just what the doctor ordered for his meatballitis.