I am very much against moving him into the starting rotation. As a lock-down closer, you have the opportunity to impact a lot more games than as a starter. His pitching style is more conducive to a closer as well. He only really has two pitches and certainly has issues with control. My fear is that the 2nd or 3rd trip through the order he is much more hittable. Think whether or not he stays in the starting rotation has a lot to do with how Homer Bailey does as well. If he pitches as well as he did last season, he is a solid #4 starter. His career has been marred by inconsistency though.