The thing about great pitching is you really can never have enough. MLB pitchers who pitch consistently all season long are the exception, not the rule. When one goes down, it pays to have another hungry, young one waiting in the wings. Mike Leake may spend part of this season in the bullpen or AAA, but I'm sure he'll be needed in the Reds rotation at some point. Outperforming one of Cueto, Chapman, Latos, Bailey, or Arroyo is his only choice if he wants to stay in the rotation.