Originally Posted by SCCWS
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.
Danks has been pretty routinely the victim of poor run support, shoddy bullpen work, etc. His career waaWL% is .563. FIVE SIXTY THREE
. For reference, Justin Verlander's is .590, Chris Sale's is .577, and Mark Buehrle's is .561. When he's right, he is easily a #2 SP on a good team.