I know this was talked about in great detail on the game thread but I didn't get to write anything until now and didn't want to go back to the game thread.
I think this game showed that Homer's just going to have to throw 100-120 pitches every game. If that's something that can be done and still have him be effective than fine. If not, they need to trade him or move him to the bullpen. He just can't be effective if he's operating under a 100 pitch ceiling we throw almost all other starters under.
The good news is we've seen that he can in fact throw 120 pitches/game.
Now it's just making sure he gets through a season doing it.