Dempster, Lilly and Silva are pitching too well to push out of the rotation. If Wells has a couple more shaky starts, he could move into the pen, but he's safe for now. Gorzelanny is moving into the bullpen to make room for Zambrano in the rotation. It's kind of a tough luck situation for Gorzelanny because he has pitched pretty well, better than Wells thus far. So, I tend to think Gorzelanny is the first to go back into the rotation if someone falters (either Zambrano or Wells). Cashner could be next after Gorzelanny in the pecking order for the rotation though.
In a deep league, he's worth stashing because 1. Zambrano could get bombed and go back into the pen 2. Wells could get bombed and go into the pen 3. Lilly could get injured 4. Silva could revert to getting bombed.
12-teamer, H2H, points, 4 keepers.
Hitters: +1 single, +2 dbl, +3 trpl, +4 HR, +1 RBI, +1 run, +1 BB/HBP, -1 K, +2 SB, -1 CS
Pitchers: +1.5 IP, +1 K, -1 BB/HBP, +5 W, -3 L, +4 S, -2 BS, +3 CG, +10 shutout
Start one player at each position + utility, 4 SPs, 2 RPs. 8 reserves.
C: M. Montero
1B: Allen Craig
OF: Bautista, Holliday, Melky Cabrera
U: one of Pedroia, Blackmon, Dickerson or Carlos Beltran
SP: Wainwright, Iwakuma, Sonny Gray, Cobb
RP: Kimbrel, F. Rodney
Bench: Archer, Kennedy, Arrieta, McHugh