I disagree with your point about not pitching young pitchers 100+ innings right now.
With this brain-dead, non contending club, it is exactly the time to do that.
The pressure is abated somewhat, nobody cares really how the young pitchers do ultimately because the club is a joke. These are the circumstances for them to get their feet wet, start learning how to pitch at the big league level and have a more complete understanding of the game.
I'd rather them learn and make mistakes now rather than four years from now guys get called up in September in the middle of a pennant race and don't know what to do.