It’s only 3 games worth of data, but, in his last three starts, here’s what Jaret Wright has been averaging:
5 2/3 IP, 5 hits, 2 BB, 3 K, and an ERA of 3.64
If Wright can pitch into the 6th inning each time out, allow just about a base runner per IP, and not walk many, his ERA should continue to do well. And, he would be a very acceptable 5th starter.
Of course, he would have to stay healthy to do this as well – and he’s only stayed sound for a full season once in the last seven years. So, the odds are really not in his favor.
Still, it can’t hurt to hope, right?