I’m glad you mentioned David Huff. He did show some improvement towards the end of last season too. He’s a smart pitcher, he has some usable weapons, and he seems to make in game adjustments. All pitchers can’t be Lincecum; all pitchers aren’t fully formed when they arrive from the minors. Cleveland can afford him the patience that many starters need ( a lot of pitchers need this; he’s not unique) while they sort things out. I think he’s going to be a solid starter for them for years to come.