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DANIEL CORCINO RUMORS

One bad inning a lesson for Corcino

CINCINNATI -- Daniel Corcino sat on the bench in the Reds' dugout listening to Johnny Cueto. One Dominican pitcher who is getting his first taste of the big leagues was just trying to soak in what his elder countryman, who is having as dominant a season as any Cincinnati pitcher in half a century, had to say. Corcino is like so many other young players for the Reds this September...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
29 days ago  |  Discuss

Corcino gets another shot to make impression

The Milwaukee Brewers were a first-place club for 150 days, and sizable NL Central lead at the beginning of July seemed as if it would be plenty for them to at least get into the playoffs after a two-year absence. Now, they'll need what amounts to a September miracle. Visiting Milwaukee sends Kyle Lohse to the mound Wednesday night to face the Cincinnati Reds needing a victory...
Via AP on Fox
September 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Daniel Corcino finds success in his first MLB start

  Last night Daniel Corcino stepped in to make a spot start for Mat Latos (bone bruise) on short notice. The 23-year-old right hande needed just 79 pitches to get through 6.0 innings before exiting the game. He allowed two runs on two hits, a walk and he struck out four Brewers. The start came a full week after his last appearance on September 5th, so he had plenty of rest to work...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Corcino ready for Reds after weathering delay

CINCINNATI -- It was spring training of 2010 and Cincinnati Reds legendary pitcher Mario Soto, now a special assistant to the general manager, was seated on a black leather couch in the middle of clubhouse. Seated next to Soto was a young kid wearing a Reds uniform. A bat boy? A ball boy? Soto called a writer over to the couch and said, "I'd like you to meet Daniel Corcino...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
August 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Prospect Watch: Daniel Corcino continues to pitch well

Despite taking the loss, Daniel Corcino put together another strong start as he allowed just two runs over 7.0 innings with two walks and seven strikeouts. Over his last four starts he’s thrown 26.0 innings with a 2.77 ERA, six walks and 23 strikeouts. After an up and down season, August has been a strong month for the right hander. He had not gone three straight starts all season...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Adam Morgan v. Daniel Corcino (2013)

As I’ve mentioned previously, top prospects tend to be a rare breed at the Triple-A level. Triple-A players tend to be guys about which we have a pretty good idea, and if they’re really good prospects, they probably aren’t long for the level. So when a night features two top prospects on the mound, it’s a good idea to go. This time meant seeing Adam Morgan from the Phillies...
Via Fangraphs
May 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Highlighting top Reds prospects entering 2013: Daniel Corcino

Corcino after tossing a dual no-hitter last July for Pensacola by: Jon Davis Staff Writer #4 Daniel Corcino RHP Now we see a trend starting to develop with another pitcher at four: Daniel Corcino. The 5-foot-11, 205-pound, right hander was signed as an amateur free agent out of the Dominican Republic in 2008. In 2011, he jumped onto the scene pitching for Dayton and...
Via Redlegs Review
January 10, 2013  |  Discuss

2012 Season in Review: Daniel Corcino

Daniel Corcino came into the 2012 season as arguably the Reds top pitching prospect after a strong 2011 year with Dayton. The Reds pushed him aggressively and skipped him over High-A Bakersfield and straight to Double-A Pensacola where he spent his entire season as an anchor in the Blue Wahoos rotation. April didn’t start off particularly strong as Corcino allowed 3 runs in just...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
January 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Game Breakdown: Daniel Corcino

Scouting Background Pitches:  Corcino has a fastball that works in the low 90’s and can touch 95-96 MPH. He throws a good slider in the low 80’s and a solid change up. Mechanics: Very similar to the older Johnny Cueto before he began turning his back to home plate. Game information The game profiled below is the game from May 20, 2012. Corcino went 6 innings and allowed 2 runs...
Via Reds Minor Leagues
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss
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