Looking at the good and bad sides of the performance so far in spring training by Daniel Corcino.
Can Daniel Corcino rebound from his 2013 season with the Louisville Bats?
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...
On Monday, Keith Law of ESPN.com published a list in which he ranked the farm systems of all 30 MLB teams. The Reds were tabbed as No. 12 on that list.
On Tuesday, Law continued his trend of ranking minor league talent by unveiling his list of the top 100 prospects in baseball. Low and behold, Cincinnati placed four players on that list.
Outfielder Billy Hamilton led the charge...
Corcino after tossing a dual no-hitter
last July for Pensacola
by: Jon Davis
#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...
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...
Indianapolis 6 Louisville 1
Bats (50-84), Last place International League West, 30.5 GB
-Todd Redmond (L 8-10, 3.45) struck out six, giving up two runs, one earned, in six innings. Bill Bray gave up two runs, one earned, in an inning. Logan Ondrusek allowed one earned in one inning of work.
-LF Willie Harris collected two doubles and a run scored. RF Felix Perez drove in...
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.
The game profiled below is the game from May 20, 2012. Corcino went 6 innings and allowed 2...