I'm cool with it. Sure DeWayne's not a very good player; most backup players aren't thus their relegation to the bench in the first place. Still, he's an adequate defender with enough pop in his bat to help produce runs for a few games at a time.
His problems seem to stem primarily from overuse when the powers that be fall in love with his good performances and overuse him out of the, likely, mistaken belief that he can get hot and stay hot for more than a couple games here and there. I'm more than comfortable with him getting a handful of starts and doing some pinch hitting.