I doubt it, but I picked him up today anyway. The most difficult pitching category to find on waivers is strikeouts, which, thus far, he has a plethora of. My gut tells me I'll be dropping him in a few weeks, but I thought the same thing last year when I nabbed Santana off waivers (not that I'm saying he has anywhere near that potential).
I would advise picking up Myers. He has a great strikeout to walk ratio and he might be at the age where pitchers mature, the same way that Peavy did last year. A few years of wondering if he would ever reach his potential and then does.
Depends on who you have. If you have a borderline starter, drop him. But no way you should drop grienke, sabathia or radke for Myers. He definetly needs to prove himself before you cut him for guys with a good track record.
Don't forget, as the summer wears on, homers fly out of citizens bank!