I think Musgrove's ceiling is a slightly above average #3. A poor mans John Lackey comes to mind. Maybe he can piece together a season or two where he performs like a low-end #2, but I think, when its all said and done, he'll be an excellent #4 and a serviceable #3. I trust Luhnow's ability to find the Joe Musgrove's of the world, so I would not hesitate to move him. Players typically go through some form of a sophomore slump, and while he showed glimpses of being a great pitcher last year, he also had lapses. I'm excited to see what he does this year.