The already-thin starting rotation took a major hit with their most consistent starter, Wei Yin Chen, on the 15-day disabled list with a strained oblique, and they haven't been able to win a game since. Chris Tillman has been solid, if unlucky, but the rest of the rotation has been woeful, and there's little help on the farm. Veteran right-hander Jair Jurrjens came up on Saturday and looks to be a decent option at the back of the rotation, but there's no one else waiting in the wings. Super-stud prospect Dylan Bundy received a platelet-rich plasma injection which should take care of the tightness in his elbow and, if judging solely by the name of the procedure, should allow him to hurl a baseball through a T-1000 and end any pesky robot uprisings. In the meantime, he's shut down for six weeks and still a ways from the bigs. Meanwhile, the parent club is taking it slow with fellow first-round pick Kevin Gausman, so, barring a radical turn of events, don't expect to see him before the September call-ups. Zach Britton is an option, but he's got a 4.08 ERA playing half his games in pitcher-friendly Harbor Park, and we've been down that road before. There's a reason Jurrjens got that call.