That might be true, though I would also be a little cautious with him getting higher leverage situations all the time. He is a very different pitcher when he is 96-98 than when he is in the 94-95 range and one wonders with overuse whether we would see the latter more.
Nobody in our bullpen is really good enough beyond Neris to consistently have one of the top three roles consistently. Hopefully Girardi can mix and match the good arms to spread out the pressure situations more. I still have hope for Bradley to be more consistent even if we suspect the velocity will not return. A bullpen of Nerris, Alvarado, Coonrod, Brogdon, Bradley, and now Suarez is actually pretty good if 4 or 5 of them are pitching well at a time.