He's certainly pitched like an ace this season. 3rd in the majors in K/9 and 12th in ERA amongst starters. In both categories he's ahead of Gio, Hamels, Bumgarner, Zimmermann, and pretty much on par with Verlander. He likely won't repeat what he's done, because it's only 50 innings, but he seems like the real deal. Possibly a value in next year's drafts the same way Brandon Beachy was this year, except he's got more hype because he plays in NY. Let's hope his season doesn't end the way Beachy's did.