Now, of course, Milton must perform. At least for now, he'll only be running out there on occasions when the fifth slot is needed. He might even have a stint where a long guy is needed between starts, but I doubt that.
The roster glut frankly is a good place to be. For the first time in a long time, we're squeezed to find spots for good pitchers (overall) and we've got a glut of good replacements down in Louisville (which has mostly, in recent years, been stocked with a many pretenders, if you will, guys who could be successful at AAA, but who have struggled at the ML level).