Cingrani sat 90-91 last night. Touched 92 twice.
You are speaking as if you can even teach professional pitchers a good breaking ball with ease. You can't.
Right now, there is absolutely no way that Cingrani with at best, inconsistent breaking ball and change up is the Reds best pitching prospect. Sorry, there just isn't. There is a reason scouts still don't know if he is a starter or a reliever. If that kind of guy is the best pitching prospect we have, we are in a lot of trouble.