Originally Posted by Scrap Irony
If Cingrani continues to pitch like this (or something close to it) in AA, would it be time to consider him for the top spot in the Red pitching pipeline? Is he there already?
Would he be number one overall?
AA is supposed to be the big jump, after all.
Then again, the league hasn't seen him at all. Once they get a book on him, he may struggle.
Of course, that would be the first time he's struggled as a pro.
Not even ahead of Corcino, Stephenson, Lotzkar, Travieso (when he signs) or Sulbaran in my mind. Right now, he simply hasn't shown me enough to think he is more than a 50-50 bet to be a starting pitcher.