He's 24 and already consistenly throwing like a vet. Most guys his age are very hit and miss. He doesn't have Santana Verlander type stuff, but as a manager, you can pretty much pencil in 6 to 7 inings and 2 to 3 runs given up in his starts. A few days a little better than that, a few a little worse. IN short, a perfect #2 guy. There isn't a team in the league who wouldn't want that. And since he's 24, he's likely to get better. He has good pitches, changes things up, and hits his locations. And he's not an ego guy looking to blow you away and make the ESPN highlight show, if he can, he'd rather get a lot of ground ball outs and have low pitch innings. Kind of boring really, but 8 pitch 3 up 3 down innings are not uncommon for him when he's dealing. When he gets into trouble, he turns it up a bit and gets more Ks to get out of jams.