Honestly, I don't care what the plan is as long as there is one and it's written in permanent marker displayed prominently throughout the organization. When it comes to the treatment of a potential staff ace, the following terms or phrases should be strictly prohibited:
"We're not sure"
"There is no set plan"
"We'll see how it goes"
"There is no innings limit"
"Out of Necessity"
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it"
The decision has been made to move him to the rotation. I don't care if there is not one healthy reliever on the roster, the decision has been made, no more waffling. Have a plan, stick to it. Period