Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor
If you think he's just going to be a bullpen arm, you polish him up and sell him off to someone who thinks he can start.
Or you make him the closer and reap rewards with a cheap closer for four to six years, then ship him off for a major haul or draft picks.
Cingrani's a closer candidate as early as next season. As a lefty, he has a chance to be a difference-maker arm, a la Chapman, Bray, or Marshall last season. You want to keep that kind of arm in your system, IMO.