Red Reporter "John Fay of the The Enquirer dropped a tantalizing pitching nugget from Cincinnati Reds manager Bryan Price this morning just minutes after the club made another round of cuts, both of which were very clear signals of the overall direction of the team's pitching depth. Fay revealed that the..." March 16
Cingrani is going to the bullpen; #Reds will stretch out Iglesias to start. Probably biggest news of spring so far from camp.
Tucker Barnhart is headed to Louisville to make room for Cingrani #Reds
Tony Cingrani will pitch on Sunday for the #Reds
Cingrani says he could pitch right now. Doesn't agree with decision. "It's their call. . . They want to cautious." #reds
Fox Sports "Tony Cingrani walked down a hall and hesitated at a door before walking in and said, "It's been a while since I've been here" It was the trainer's room in the Cincinnati Reds spring training complex, a place no pitcher wants to visit, especially Tony Cingrani. The 24-year-old left handed..." February 17
Cingrani was send to Arizona to get some work in. Could re-join the club is the #Reds advance.
Cingrani threw 25 pitches off the mound without pain. "That's a good indication. But I don't know what they're going to do w/ me." #reds
Of course this is no shock but Cingrani was activated from the DL. #reds
Hardball Talk "Reds left-hander Tony Cingrani made an early exit from his start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks with a lower back strain and hadn’t made enough progress by his next turn in the starting rotation so he has been placed on the 15-day disabled list." August 25
#Reds announce what we already suspected -- Tony Cingrani to start Tuesday vs. Cubs
MLB.com "On the afternoon of April 28, Rice University head baseball coach Wayne Graham was afforded some free time to catch one of his former players pitching on television. It was Reds rookie left-hander Tony Cingrani facing the Nationals. Graham would not be disappointed as he watched Cingrani have a..." May 13
Cincinnati Enquirer "Johnny Cueto’s return is still at the very least a week away, meaning Tony Cingrani could still have two starts before the Reds have to make a decision on what to do with their rotation. Cueto is scheduled to pitch Tuesday in Dayton and his next scheduled start would then be on Sunday, May 19...." May 12
CBSSports.com "Reds starting pitcher Tony Cingrani had quite an interesting fourth inning on Sunday in Washington, DC. The inning began with Denard Span striking out and reaching on a wild pitch. While that play isn't completely abnormal, it's rare when it breaks up a perfect game, which is exactly what..." April 28