Posted September 06, 2012 on reds.scout.com
PLAYERS: Tony Cingrani
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
Tony Cingrani has made a rapid ascent through the Cincinnati organization. Just one year ago the Reds drafted the Rice closer in the third round. They converted him to a starter and were cautious with his innings in 2011. This year he started at high-A Bakersfield and eventually got the call to join the Reds expanded roster for the remainder of the season.
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