Look for Stewart to continue to do what he has the past two seasons, earn frequent flyer miles between Los Angeles and Oklahoma City. Stewart still has two options available since he did not spend more than 20 days at any given stretch in the minors last year. His time on rehab stints while on the MLB DL did not count towards that time. Stewart lost his rookie status last year and will be 27 towards the end of the season, but that does not diminish the fact this guy has the stuff to be a serviceable #4 or #5 starter in the majors. His experience from the past two seasons is an awesome weapon to have in waiting at OKC when called upon.