Re: Tony Cingrani - the next Zach Stewart or the next Cliff Lee?
I like having good arms in the system and I don't mind dealing good arms on which I'm not quite sold. It's a feel thing. For instance, I'd keep Cingrani and I'd be completely willing to deal Corcino. Stephenson strikes me as untouchable (loved him since the day he was drafted), but I won't shed any tears if the team cashes in on Travieso.
Anyway, Cingrani's already been better for a more sustained run than Stewart ever was.
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