If one thing is certain, it's that the San Francisco Giants will need good starting pitching throughout the entire 2011 season if they have any hope of repeating as world champions.
Barry Zito, who was the team's fourth starter, has been below average to say the least for the past few years, and he didn't get off to a great start again this season.
In 13 innings, Zito has allowed nine earned runs while only striking out six and has a record of 0-1.
Now that he's on the 15-day disabled list, the Giants desperately need to find a replacement. Here are some in-house options that San Francisco may decide to pursue, depending on how long Zito is out.