And Cubs fans would much rather have Silva (2.90 ERA in 5 starts) than Bradley.
Silva's history as well as his last start strongly suggest that he won't keep his ERA below 3 for very long. Expect him to settle in with an ERA around 5 with a quality start every 3rd or 4th time out against the bottom feeders. His best contribution will be to eat innings if he stays healthy.
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