Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
Well it does make sense from the Reds standpoint, but not a lot from the Cubs. Have to believe it's the Braves or Cards.
The point is Garza isn't much of an upgrade over Cingrani, except in experience. The upgrade is moving Cingrani to the pen, which lasts one half year, when Garza leaves in the off season. Not worth top prospects, imo. If the Reds had a hole in the rotation, then maybe, but they don't.