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|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|| 2.1||0||0|| 0.00||0||1||6|
|vs LHB|| 29.0||0||0|| 0.93||0||6||32|
|vs RHB|| 75.2||0||0|| 3.69||0||37||88|
|03/15/2014||Evan Longoria, 3B TB|
Tony Cingrani, SP CIN
Jedd Gyorko, 2B SD
|Zack Wheeler, SP NYM|
Jason Kipnis, 2B CLE
Michael Wacha, SP STL
|03/14/2014||Tony Cingrani, SP CIN|
Kenley Jansen, RP LAD
|Evan Longoria, 3B TB|
|03/14/2014||Billy Butler, DH KC|
Adam Eaton, LF CHW
George Springer, CF HOU
Tony Cingrani, SP CIN
Ike Davis, 1B NYM
Will Middlebrooks, 3B BOS
|Carlos Gonzalez, LF COL|
|Last 10 Games|
|Tony Cingrani smoked for six runs vs. Giants Tuesday |
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(3/11/14) Reds pitcher Tony Cingrani surrendered six earned runs on eight hits, including two home runs, while striking out three in 3 2/3 innings as the Reds fell to the Giants Tuesday, 8-5.
Cingrani had given up just one hit and three walks over five scoreless innings entering Tuesday's action but couldn't keep the scoreless streak alive. He owns a 6.23 ERA in 8 2/3 innings this spring.
|Tony Cingrani continues to cruise vs. Giants |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(3/6/14) Reds starter Tony Cingrani, who got the win in his first spring start of the year, continued to roll on Thursday against the Giants in Cactus League action.
Cingrani walked three and struck out three over three innings of no-hit ball in a 3-2 loss. He has allowed just one hit and no runs over his first two starts (five innings).
|Tony Cingrani lights-out against Rockies |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(3/1/14) Reds left-hander Tony Cingrani continued to lock up a rotation spot Saturday with a strong performance against Colorado. The 24-year-old hurled two shutout innings, giving up just one hit and striking out three.
Cingrani put himself in prime position to land a starting job by compiling a 7-4 record with a fine 2.92 ERA in 18 starts last season. Most impressive was that he gave up just 72 hits in 104 2/3 innings and fanned 120.
|Tony Cingrani makes 'huge leap' with slider |
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(1/28/14) Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani is pretty much assured a rotation spot coming off a successul rookie season in 2013, when he went 7-4 with a 2.92 ERA and 1.10 WHIP in 23 appearances (18 starts).
However, Cingrani heads into spring training with the mentality he has to earn his place in the rotation.
"I'm still trying to win a job, going in there to do my work," he told MLB Network Radio. "I can't wait to get back to spring training and start throwing again. I'm really excited for that."
Cingrani was pretty dominant as a rookie, which included a very high strikeout rate (10.3 K/9). But the left-hander spent the offseason refining one of his pitches and it sounds like he could improve on his results in 2014.
"I've made a huge leap with my slider this offseason," he said. "It is harder than it was (80-82 mph) and with a good break."
|Tony Cingrani sent to Arizona |
|by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com|
(9/30/13) The Reds sent pitcher Tony Cingrani to Arizona in order to get some work in, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Cingrani could rejoin the team if the Reds advance.
Cingrani last pitched for the Reds on Sept. 10 against Chicago. He finished his season with a 7-4 record and 2.92 ERA over 23 games and 18 starts as a 24-year-old hurler.
|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) |
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/16/14||OAK||4:05 pm|| |
|3/17/14||CLE||4:05 pm|| |
|3/19/14||@ KC||9:05 pm|| |
|3/20/14||TEX||4:05 pm|| |
|3/21/14||KC||4:05 pm|| |
|3/22/14||@ CHC||4:05 pm|| |
|3/23/14||MIL||4:05 pm|| |
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