Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
1 month ago

Cingrani worked around a pair of walks to record his 16th save Tuesday against the Rangers.

EDGE Analysis

It hasn't always been pretty, but Cingrani has now converted 11 straight save opportunities dating back to early June. The righty has held opponents scoreless in 11 of his last 12 appearances, but an implosion on Aug. 8 (five runs in 0.2 innings) still has Cingrani's ERA skewed to appear unimpressive at 3.54.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
1 month ago

Cingrani notched his 15th save of the season by striking out one in a clean ninth inning Wednesday home contest against the Marlins.

EDGE Analysis

Wednesday marked the first time all season in which Cingrani picked up the save on back-to-back nights. He's now converted his last 10 save chances, and hasn't allowed a run in 15 of his last 18 appearances. The closer has fared much better at home this season, posting a 2.60 ERA compared to his 4.94 ERA on the road.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
2 months ago

Cingrani picked up the loss Monday night against the Cardinals, giving up five runs on three hits, two walks and a hit-by-pitch, recording just two outs.

EDGE Analysis

The Reds have experienced so many rough losses at Busch Stadium, their house of horrors since the new stadium opened, but this was among the most surreal. It doesn't count as a blown save because the inning started with a 4-0 lead. The game ended when Ross Ohlendorf, who came in with the game 4-3, hit yet another batter after walking a batter with the bases loaded to tie the game.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
2 months ago

Cingrani pitched a clean ninth inning in Sunday's 3-2 victory over the Padres, recording two strikeouts.

EDGE Analysis

The Reds closer was razor-sharp, firing 11 of 16 pitches for strikes. The 27-year-old now has four straight scoreless outings and has converted three consecutive save chances.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
2 months ago

Cingrani allowed a hit, but he earned his 12th save of the season in a 2-1 victory over the Giants on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

He threw 11 of his 17 pitches for strikes on his way to inducing a ground out, fly out and foul out. Cingrani has converted his last seven save opportunities since June 10. He also has a 1.86 ERA this month.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
2 months ago

Cingrani has come pretty close to abandoning his slider since the beginning of June, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports, throwing it just 3.7 percent of the time.

EDGE Analysis

In its place, Cingrani instead is throwing a splitter that's roughly five mph slower than his fastball, but he's throwing that just five percent of the time. Otherwise he's mostly just throwing his fastball, with good results - a 2.08 ERA over his last 20 appearances, beginning June 1.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
3 months ago

Cingrani struck out one in a clean inning Wednesday against the Cubs to earn his 10th save of the season.

EDGE Analysis

The southpaw's 12-pitch save was his most efficient in a while, and makes him 10-for-15 on the season. Cingrani lowered his ERA to 3.20 Wednesday, its lowest mark since May 17.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
3 months ago

Cingrani pitched a scoreless inning while allowing a hit and a walk to notch his eighth save Friday at the Astros.

EDGE Analysis

Cingrani came on in the 11th inning to protect a two-run lead, and closed the door to earn his fifth save in his last six opportunities. After having his share of struggles in May, he's now held opponents without an earned run in eight of his nine appearances this June to lower his ERA to 3.77.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
4 months ago

Cingrani recorded his sixth save in Friday's 2-1 victory over the A's, surrendering a hit over an inning.

EDGE Analysis

The 26-year-old bounced back with his second straight scoreless outing after blowing yet another save, his fifth this season, earlier in the week against the Cardinals. Cingrani continues to be anything but a sure thing when called upon, but appears to have a grasp on the closer role for the time being.

Tony Cingrani
RP CIN
4 months ago

Cingrani notched his fifth save with a clean inning in Saturday's 6-3 victory over the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

The 26-year-old southpaw preserved the rousing victory for the Reds, which came on the strength of a three-run blast by Adam Duvall in the eighth inning. Cingrani now has back-to-back scoreless outings, after being touched up for three earned runs in less than an inning against the Rockies on May 30. He's been an adventure in the late innings, blowing three of four save opportunities at one point in May, but also amassing six holds in addition to his five saves.