So, after two starts and going back to chart the Pitch F/X data here is what I have come to: Cingrani is throwing a strange pitch.
BrooksBaseball is calling the pitch a curveball. Pitch F/X is calling it a slider. Why the difference? Well, it is pretty simple. The horizontal movement is like that of a slider for the most part. It doesn't have much horizontal break, mostly in that -1 inch to 2 inch range, which is where most sliders are. So the MLB Advanced Media algorithm is calling it a slider for that reason. However on the vertical movement, it is coming in at -5 to -10 inches of break, which is where you expect to see curveballs at, which is why BrooksBaseball is calling the pitch a curveball. A slider actually tends to have slight "rise" to it when charted, so -5 to -10 inches is a big difference. Here is the chart from brooksbaseball for Cingrani in 2013. It lists both a slider and a curveball. You can see that the two are grouped close together, but there are two different "groupings" with the pitches.
Seems like he may be getting some slurvy action on the pitch from what the data is showing so far.