When Leake's last start was skipped, I was curious. I understood the need for Cueto to face Greinke, but after that, Leake would be facing opposing #2 pitchers. Since Leake has been the least effective starter this year and is the only innefective starter with options, is it too far-fetched to think that Chapman will eventually replace Leake in the #2 spot? Could this be the first step in the process of making Chapman a starter? He did pitch two innings his last time out. Was that the first step?
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