Prior vs Cin
Webb vs LA
Miller vs STL
Redding @MIL, vsSTL-This is one of only two pitchers that have double starts next week
Washburn @SEA, @OAK-And this is the other, but I dont like the matchup so it does not look like a wise move to start him
Radke-@CHW (or it maybe @CLE-CBS is not showing starts right now for some reason)
Garland vs MIN
At least according to projected starts, here's how your starts lineup:
Tues: Redding @ Mil
Wed: Webb vs LA, Washburn @ OAK (no 2 starts), Garland vs Min
Thur: Radke @CWS
Fri: Prior vs Cin, Miller vs STL
Sat: Morris @Hou
Sun: Redding @STL
Since you don't have any starters until Tuesday, here is what I'd do. First, on Tuesday I would take the risk of using Redding in Milwaukee. There's a decent chance at a win and Jimmy Williams is very trigger happy with yanking pitchers before they get lit, so it's fairly low risk.
On Wednesday, I would start Webb for sure. He's going against a very weak offense so should at the least give you quality ERA and WHIP, and he's facing Ishii who is struggling. I would also roll the dice on Washburn. He's pitching much better the last month or so, is in a pitcher's park, and Oakland is a below average offense. I would bench Garland because he's just too inconsistent and is facing a Twins team in a tough division race and you just never know how he'll respond.
By the end of Wed., you should have a better idea of how the pitching week is going and where you and your opponent stand in ERA. If you are leading in ERA or are close, bench Radke for sure. If the earlier starts went badly and winning ERA and WHIP look out of reach, start Radke Thursday hoping for the win and maybe some miraculous ERA/WHIP help.
On Friday, start Prior no matter what; he's a total no brainer start against a weak depleted offense. Only start Miller against the Cards if the same situation with Radke I described above applies. He's hot lately but this could get ugly.
The same applies with Morris and Redding on Sat and Sun. They are both high risk starts, in hitters ballparks against very strong offenses. They are worth the risk if you need the win or Ks to win the week, but if you need to protect ERA and WHIP, bench.