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    Tony Cingrani

    Stud. Looks like one heck of a steal in the third-round. He had an unbelievable start for Billings tonight: 6 perfect IP with 13 Ks. WOW! He has been great nearly every time out (this was his 11th start for the Mustangs) and he took it to another level tonight. I bet he gets a promotion to Dayton soon. Then again, they may be cautious with his innings and shut him down until next spring at some point. But man am I excited about this guy. A 6-foot-4 lefty that is flat dominating thus far.

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    Re: Tony Cingrani

    Dayton should have a nice deep rotation to choose from next year. But there is zero chance he goes up this year. Dragons are in the playoffs, have a great top 3 in Corcino, Smith and.Lotzkar, deep bullpen, explosive offense and great chemistry. It's a perfect team right now. Is be highly disappointed if they don't win the MWL Championship.

    Tony should be the opening day starter though next year. He could be a very quick mover.
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    Re: Tony Cingrani

    So is the long-term plan for him a starter or reliever? He had most of his success as the closer for Rice, but he's been stretched out so far this year, with no relief appearances in Billings.

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    Re: Tony Cingrani

    Any chance he might skip Dayton next year and go to Bakersfield? He is twenty-two years old and could be fast tracked.

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    Re: Tony Cingrani

    Quote Originally Posted by nate1213 View Post
    Any chance he might skip Dayton next year and go to Bakersfield? He is twenty-two years old and could be fast tracked.
    Always a chance. If someone were to do it, he might be the guy from Billings.


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