I am not looking to jump on the "Bash Dusty" bandwagon for how he handles pitchers, but is he really keeping Angel Guzman in the big leagues to be his "long man" and pitch once in a while? Have you ever heard of a team calling up one of their best prospects (arguably) and leave him on the shelf for 11/12 days at a time? Granted I know he can throw side/bullpen sessions to keep fresh, but that's not game experience. Why is he in the Major's sitting in the bullpen instead of in the minors starting every 5 days? Do the Cubbies not see AG as a starting prospect any longer?