Sure. But the point stands, Leake will always need an element of luck, and will always struggle when he doesn't get that element*, as he is one of those who doesn't have swing and miss stuff. So, for me, as between Leake and a guy like Cingrani who does have swing and miss stuff, which takes a piece of that luck off the table, I would prefer Cingrani. Not worth fighting over, or melting the board down over, just stating what I would prefer. I would keep the lefty in the rotation who misses bats and works in the 90s over the 5th righty in the rotation who is a bit at the mercy of what an ump's strike zone is that night and relies on what is, for him, sometimes fleeting command.
*Yes, ALL pitchers needs an element of luck, and I freely acknowledge that, but also, at that point, find myself, as most would, being more comfortable with pitchers who miss bats as it limits, at least a little bit, some of that luck element (attack of the commas).