V wrote:I started him last week, and will continue to do so again, as long as he isn't facing a team with a bunch of patient hitters (Yankees/Red Sox, etc.).
He's free, and other than last year, has never been -awful-. Usually won't help the WHIP that much, but I'm in dire need of Ks and Ws, and my ERA/WHIP can survive a hit or two (3.191 and 1.192, respectively).
I agree. I picked him up for nothing, and I think he'll be good enough to merit a spot in my rotation as long as he's healthy. If he has a couple good starts and then he gets hurt and I have to drop him, so be it.