Originally Posted by Foulke You
I agree. I'm more excited to see Danks rounding into form. He is going to be with us for a while and we are paying him a ton of money so it bodes well for the future that he seems to be on his way back from that surgery. Thank goodness too. We are paying him way too much money to not get anything out of him for the next several seasons.
Not sure what you expect "getting out of him". Danks has 160+ starts over 5 full seasons plus 2 shortened years in last year and now. With a decent size sampling, he is a career .500( being generous) pitcher. On most teams he is a number 4 or maybe a 3 since he is a lefty.