Originally Posted by mth123
But Cingrani's command makes it highly likely that the fastball will be an effective pitch if its limited to three or four hitters per game. I don't have that same "surprised if he's not at least useful" feeling about Corcino...
Corcino could be better, but I think Cingrani is a lot safer.
I just don't know how you can have that feeling about Corcino. I can see where you could be more comfortable with Cingrani as a reliever. I don't agree with it, but I can see it. I just can't see how you can look at Corcino, who as a starter can hit 96-97 every now and again with a good slider and not feel he would be "at least useful".