Alright, I'm officially on the "send Lannan down" train.
I am not completely onboard yet. But I am getting there. If we want to win, and not just compete, Lannan and pitchers like him cannot be at the front of our rotation and depended on heavily. its getting clearer that Lannan was a de facto front line starter, and not an actual one. he's rapidly declining to Stammen/Balester/Martin/Martis/etc. territory, that being an expendable, interchangeable back of the rotation "inventory" pitcher, and not a frontline, take us to the playoffs pitcher.
WTF. I'm a better man than John Lannan.
Nathan wins this thread.