Originally Posted by BainesHOF
Floyd's 4.29 ERA was good, especially as an American Leaguer. He allowed fewer hits than innings pitched and his strikeout-to-walk ratio was better than 2:1. He finished above .500 at 12-11, but, with his talent and even his stats, he should win more games. But that's pretty much the story of Floyd's career. He's good, but should be better.
At this point, Gavin is who he puts out annually. He's inconsistent, but consistently uneven. For the back of a rotation, that has value over 162 games.
Stop expecting him to be a No. 2 or 3, and he's fine.