Originally Posted by dougdirt
Generally speaking, most slurves don't show up quite like this one does. In fact, after talking about it with some other Pitch F/X guys, it may be that Cingrani is getting a true 12-6 action on his breaking ball instead of a more 11-5 or 10-4 like a lot of curveballs or slurves do.
No, you were right the first time. I've watched every one of Cingrani's pitches with the Reds and he does not have 12-6 action on his breaker. It's a slurve for sure.