Tony Cingrani

#54 RP / L.A. Dodgers / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 214 lb Age: 28 College: Rice Bats/Throws L/L

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    • Dodgers' Tony Cingrani: Continues dominant September
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cingrani struck out two batters over a scoreless inning for his ninth hold of the season in Saturday's 5-3 win over Colorado. Cingrani needed just seven pitches (all strikes) to retire the side in dominating fashion. The southpaw has produced a 0.90 ERA with 14 strikeouts through 12 September appearances, and he now owns a 2.79 ERA with five holds since joining the Dodgers on July 31. The 28-year-old will be under club control next season, and his strong showing in Los Angeles has likely secured him a spot in the bullpen.

    • Dodgers' Tony Cingrani: Pitching well in Los Angeles
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cingrani struck out two batters in a clean inning Thursday against the Diamondbacks. Cingrani has pitched well since joining the Dodgers, posting a 2.45 ERA with 10 strikeouts and three holds in eight appearances. It is certainly a small sample, but it seems that pitching his home games in cavernous Dodger Stadium as opposed to the bandbox in Cincinnati has done wonders for the southpaw.

    • Cingrani struck out both of the batters he faced on his way to his first hold with the Dodgers in Thursday's win over the Reds. The veteran southpaw has now turned in two clean appearances with four strikeouts since his ugly debut with his new club (three earned runs) Aug. 3. He is currently competing with Tony Watson -- who is experiencing his own struggles in Dodger blue -- for the right to serve as the club's top left-handed option out of the bullpen. Until he earns manager Dave Roberts' trust to work late innings, Cingrani and his 5.88 ERA remain a fringe fantasy option in holds leagues.

    • Dodgers' Tony Cingrani: Heads to Los Angeles
      By RotoWire Staff

      The Reds agreed to trade Cingrani to the Dodgers on Monday, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports. Los Angeles acquired two lefties in Cingrani and Tony Watson in the final hour leading up to the trade deadline. Cingrani enjoyed surprising success as a starter in 2013 after breaking into the majors, but his heavy reliance on the fastball quickly caught up to him. While he's held lefties to a .219/.305/.407 line for his career, Cingrani has struggled out of the bullpen over the past several seasons and has been hit hard by same-handed hitters this year (.293/.326/.829).

    • Reds' Tony Cingrani: Disastrous July for southpaw
      By RotoWire Staff

      Cingrani has given up 10 runs in his last 6.2 innings pitched. It's been a disastrous couple of weeks for Cingrani, who has given up at least one run in each of his last five outings and six of his last seven. After starting the season as the top left-handed reliever in Cincinnati, he has since lost that spot to Wandy Peralta, and he won't be reclaiming that title anytime soon unless he can find a rhythm and break out of this slump.

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