Thirteen months later, there are no winners.

The Rockies shook their franchise by the shoulders, trading former All-Star Game starter Ubaldo Jimenez to the Indians for four players. But let's be honest, this deal was about the two prized arms Colorado received in return: Drew Pomeranz and Alex White.

The move was bold, daring, controversial and, thus far, disappointing. White, who worked less than five innings for the seventh consecutive start Wednesday, and Pomeranz are a combined 7-20 with a 5.71 ERA. They have youth on their side, making minimum salaries as they slog through their rookie seasons at a time when many pitchers their age are in Double-A.