|2014 Season (CBSSports.com)||170.00||12.00||9.00||0.00||3.55||1.24||185.00||68.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Pittsburgh|| 7.2||1||1|| 2.35||0||5||10|
|vs LHB|| 13.1||0||0|| 3.38||0||9||17|
|vs RHB|| 50.0||0||0|| 4.86||0||26||44|
|07/12/2014||Yordano Ventura, SP KC|
Mookie Betts, CF BOS
|Yan Gomes, C CLE|
Tony Cingrani, SP CIN
|07/12/2014||Tim Lincecum, SP SF|
Chris Carter, DH HOU
Emilio Bonifacio, CF CHC
Elvis Andrus, SS TEX
|Derek Jeter, SS NYY|
Miguel Sano, 3B MIN
Shelby Miller, SP STL
Tony Cingrani, SP CIN
|07/12/2014||Carl Crawford, LF LAD||Tony Cingrani, SP CIN|
|Last 10 Games|
|Tony Cingrani lands on Triple-A disabled list |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(6/26/14) Reds reliever Tony Cingrani was placed on the Triple-A disabled list Thursday.
Cingrani is dealing with a shoulder strain. It's unclear how much time he'll miss due to the injury. Cingrani posted a 4.55 ERA over 63 1/3 innings in the majors before being sent down.
|Tony Cingrani dispatched by Reds to minors |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(6/20/14) Promising left-hander Tony Cingrani has been demoted by the Reds to Triple-A Louisville after losing his starting spot and pitching poorly in relief.
Cingrani gave up 22 earned runs in 42 1/3 innings in his last eight starts. He walked four in 3 2/3 innings in relief as he continued to struggle with his control. He has walked 35 in 63 1/3 innings on the year.
|Tony Cingrani takes loss out of the bullpen |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(6/19/14) Reds pitcher Tony Cingrani came unraveled in a relief appearance Thursday, in a 4-3 extra-innings loss to the Pirates.
Cingrani pitched the 11th and 12th innings of a tied game, and struggled with his control from the start. He got out of the 11th despite allowing a leadoff double followed by a walk, but emerged from the inning unscathed.
Cingrani wasn't so luck in the 12th, as he completely lost control to lose the game. He loaded the bases on a single, a walk and a hit-by-pitch, and then walked in the winning run in the form of Russell Martin to lose the game.
Cingrani had his issues with control in the rotation, and it looks like he hasn't figured them out yet in a more limited role. His ERA rose to 4.55 in the game, and he lost his sixth decision in a row to fall to 2-8.
|Tony Cingrani pitches well in relief debut |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(6/15/14) Reds pitcher Tony Cingrani made his first relief appearance Sunday against the Brewers since manager Bryan Price made the decision Saturday to move Cingrani to the bullpen instead of sending him to the minors.
Cingrani tossed two scoreless innings in a 13-4 win. He walked one batter.
"I think we do have to prioritize this team -- in the end the most important thing is this team right now," manager Bryan Price said Saturday of his decision to keep Cingrani in the majors, per the Cincinnati Enquirer. "If we're 18 games out of first place right now, maybe it's a different decision right now to have him pitch in Triple-A as a starter and put some polish to his game. But, we still feel like we're very much in this thing and still have a lot of season to go. He does serve a valuable role for us."
|Reds still unsure on what to do with Tony Cingrani |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(6/13/14) Reds manager Bryan Price has not made a decision on pitcher Tony Cingrani's future, MLB.com reports. Cingrani is expected to either move to the bullpen or to be optioned to Triple-A to get more work as a starter.
"If I'm in the bullpen, I'm throwing the best stuff I can," Cingrani said. "I don't have to go seven innings or six innings. I only have to go maybe three. That's a little bit easier to me than having to go seven and limiting pitch counts since I am the bullpen, I am the help this time."
|In a class that included Shelby Miller, Julio Teheran, Gerrit Cole, Zack Wheeler, Michael Wacha and Chris Archer, among others, Tony Cingrani was probably the most impressive rookie pitcher this side of Jose Fernandez last year. He didn't get a full season to strut his stuff, beginning the year in the minors and shuffling between the starting rotation and bullpen before finally shutting it down in September with a sore back, but if he had the innings to qualify, he would have ranked 15th among starting pitchers in WHIP, 12th in ERA, second in hits per nine innings and second in strikeouts per nine innings. Not bad for a guy with almost no breaking ball to speak of. Of course, that's a big reason why some people are skeptical he can sustain that success. Just how far can heat and a funky, Chris Sale-like delivery carry him? If his 1.65 ERA, 0.95 WHIP and 11.8 strikeouts per nine innings in the minors are any indication, pretty far. Plus, it's not like he's a finished product at age 24. Because he was out of the public eye in October, Cingrani may have gotten lapped by Cole and Wacha, but with a rotation spot to call his own following the departure of Bronson Arroyo, he'll be a hot ticket in the middle rounds.
(Updated 1/6/14) |
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