His job is different from Leake, Cozart, Hanigan, Bailey, other guys with some bad numbers early. He's given up the winning run(s) three times in ten games. I think that warrants a thread and special discussion.
This is a pitcher, by the way, who was touted as an appropriate closer candidate for the Reds on this board. People who I call the "anti-closer" group who feel, basically, that anyone with a good arm can close. I think it's very instructive to see what happens when a reliever isn't ready for a job with the game on the line.
He's also a pitcher who was deemed a "steal" or "heist" by some because the Reds got him for Juan Francisco. Maybe it's a bit soon to reach that conclusion.
Good luck to Hoover, but I think it's ok if some folks want to discuss and perhaps rant about his first outings this year.