Originally Posted by REDblooded
Early in the voting I'll take ceiling over floor, hence my pick for Corcino
I don't get this.
Corcino does not have projectable size for a starting pitcher. His K rate last year at AA was 7.9 per nine innings. His career K rate is 8.7 per nine.
Cingrani is 6'4" and 200. His K rate at AA was 10.2. His minor league career K rate is 11.5.
Corcino may be more likely to be a solid pro. But Cingrani seems to have a higher ceiling IMO. Cingrani has more of an MLB pitcher's build and misses more bats.