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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Cingrani is a monster.
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    They can't send him down when Cueto comes back if he keeps pitching like this
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    The kid hit the pizza mark all by himself!

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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    28 k's, 4 bb's in Tony's 3 starts. Yep, that'll do. ERA down to 1.50
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Cingrani's ERA now at 1.50. I disagree with you guys who think he looks tired. He's still dealing after 110 pitches. That's impressive stuff. His last two outings, he's had 20 K's and only one BB. I love this guy. Now the bullpen needs to make sure he gets the W he earned.
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Phillips with a loud out. Deepest part of the park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Degenerate39 View Post
    They can't send him down when Cueto comes back if he keeps pitching like this
    Thinking the same thing. Heck put leak in LF, he'll look better than Paul did today.

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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    I don't see any tailing action on Cingrani's change, but I'm wondering if that has to do with his arm angle.

    The slurve looks pretty good, IMO.

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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Frazier with a lazy fly ball to Harper. 2 down for Bruce. Jay 2 for 3 today
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Washington announcers were very impressed with Cingrani. They loved his "closer mentality" composure especially in the inning where the bases were jammed.

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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Cingrani's delivery is so smooth he doesn't look tired at all even after that many pitches. I think this guy could be the real deal.
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Bruce flies out in foul ground. 1-2-3 go the reds.
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    What a gem thrown by Tony Cingrani!

    Over 6 innings Cingrani's casualties casually climbed,
    In his prime Cobb would have k'd, and probably multiple times!

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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by New York Red View Post
    If Cingrani continues to pitch like he has so far, do the Reds still send him back down when Cueto comes back?
    Sorry to bring this back up, but the Reds have to find a way to keep this guy in the rotation. I can't think of a single legitimate reason not to, as long as he continues to pitch like he has.
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    Re: 4/28/13 Reds v. Nationals

    Quote Originally Posted by Degenerate39 View Post
    They can't send him down when Cueto comes back if he keeps pitching like this
    You can't go with a 6 man rotation. The only thing they might do, if they decide to keep him up is make room in the BP for Leake (which might not be a bad idea).

    But as impressive as Cingrani has been, I'm not ready to hand him a starting role on a permanent basis just yet.
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