You know, next time that Prior pitches in Denver I'm still going to sit him. The risks are greater than the rewards. I'm happy that he did so well, but there is no chance I'm putting him in while he's pitching in the thin air of Colorado. Remember how good Hampton was in his first few starts in Colorado? That ended up not working out so well. I'll put him in the rest of the time, of course, but I stand by my logic. No way, no how am I pitching Prior in Denver.
Okay, now who's starting Chacon tonight? I know I am, there isn't even a question about it. Sure, the Cubs have shown the offense this year, but they also got shutdown by the Padres. And anyway, pitching against Shawn Estes, Chacon is almost assured of the win, even if his ERA and WHIP explode.