He's been pitching better than his ERA indicates. If you believe calculations for "expected" ERA, his is more than a run lower than his actual ERA, which indicates he's been more unlucky than bad. Plus, Cincy is can HIT. His WHIP is good, his K rate is very good, and he should get good run support. I'm holding on to him for a while longer -- but obviously his leash is shorter with each lousy outing.
I am the Master. Don't question the Master. Just do what he says and be proud.