Alot of posters here are under estimating Milton has a possible tradeing chip here. Every one of his stats were down from 05,his strike outs were up.
I can't see how a 5+ ERA and $10mill per year contract could add anything but negative value to a trade.
I would hang onto Milton. He was throwing really well "stuff-wise" before he went down with that injury early in the year. Then his fastball dropped from low 90's into Rheal Cormier territory. He's got good control, so maybe getting the extra "zip" back on his fastball would be enough to raise his strikeout rate. That might be enough to overcome his annual 30-40 homer potential and make him a useful starter. Obviously a best case scenario though.