Just wanted to add in, that although his last start was just ok, I really liked the mental toughness he showed, and the ability to pitch through not having his best stuff. He allowed 2 ER before getting a single out, then managed to work through 5 scoreless innings, getting out of a few tough jams. Not every pitcher has their best stuff every game, but if they have it every second or third game (like he did against the Sox), and can find a way to get batters out when they don't, they are going to be a top pitcher. Hopefully I don't jinx him, but in 5 major league starts, he has yet to allow more than 3 ER (and in that game he left w/ men on 1st and 2nd and 1 out, and the relievers let them in for 2 of the ER). As a Cards fan, I'm hoping he'll keep this up.