http://sanfrancisco.giants.mlb.com/news/ga...jsp&c_id=sf <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>Bochy called his pitcher into his office after the game to notify him that he may be sent to the bullpen or have his next start skipped. "We can't keep doing what we are doing. We need to get together and get a game plan on what we think is best," Bochy said. "I'm sure there's a lot on his mind. He's got a lot of pride and he's taking this harder than anybody."</div> <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE </div><div class='quotemain'>Part of Bochy's plan to possibly skip Zito's spot in the rotation derived from the solid performance by rookie Pat Misch, who was recalled prior to the game. Misch pitched six solid innings in relief of Zito, allowing just two runs on five hits.</div> Three innings, eight runs, seven hits. I'm trying to think of a worse contract in the history of the MLB. There have been plenty of bad ones, but none that paid a player nearly this much. I thought he had a chance to bounce back this year and at least be a decent third starter, but I guess that was asking too much for a guy who's going to make $116 million the next six years. Misch was a guy that had an outside shot at the rotation in early spring training this year, so we might as well see what he can do.