Jeremy Bonderman is up to 173 innings, 10th in the AL. He hasn't had a legitimately future-ace-style start in a month. He's not yet 23.
Joel Zumaya is at 147.1 innings. He is striking everyone out he faces, he doesn't give up any hits, but he walks more batters than you'd like to see. He's not yet 21.
Yes, .500 is again in reach. Yes, the offense has shown signs of actual life over the last couple of weeks. But please, Dombrowski and Trammell, keep the real priorities in mind.