Re: Tony Cingrani
From what I understand, Cingrani's fastball is more low 90s than mid 90s. Still, I believe his fastball is universally recognized as being a plus pitch - but I think it's due more to deception, movement and/or location as opposed to velocity.
I've also read that Cingrani has 3 pitches he can throw. But I also read that he doesn't use them frequently enough, and this is the reason some question his ability to be a MLB starter. However, I would have to think he's got time to develop his other pitchers, especially if he's already shown that he can throw them effectively on occasion.