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Topic - Tony Cingrani
The Cincinnati Reds have had trouble converting with runners in scoring position.
Josh Collmenter was locked in, throwing strikes, watching his teammates make spectacular plays and turn double plays.
Left-hander Tony Cingrani isn't all the way back from his two weeks on the disabled list. It showed again in his latest start.
Jimmy Rollins, Wil Nieves and the Phillies picked up Sunday right where they left off the night before.
Reds right fielder Jay Bruce had surgery Monday to repair torn cartilage in his left knee and will be sidelined for about a month.
The first inning continues to plague Cincinnati starter Tony Cingrani.
The Reds put left-hander Tony Cingrani on the 15-day disabled list because of soreness in his pitching shoulder, giving them two starters sidelined by injury.
Chicago scored in a variety of ways to produce the Cubs' best offensive nights of the young season.
Getting to .500 certainly is not the ultimate goal for a franchise that has been to the postseason in three of the last four seasons.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are five games under .500 less than a month into the season but they insist there is no reason to panic.
Ryan Ludwick lined a two-run double after two Cincinnati batters were hit by pitches, lifting Tony Cingrani and the Reds over the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 Thursday.
Tony Cingrani's lack of control exposed a rusty Reds bullpen.
Tony Cingrani's second straight start against the Cardinals was nothing like the first.
Home opener hoopla was no distraction at all for Michael Wacha. Neither was the 49-degree chill for the first pitch.
Tony Cingrani pitched seven solid innings, Billy Hamilton hit two triples and the Cincinnati Reds topped the Arizona Diamondbacks 9-1 Thursday in a split-squad game.
"I was just trying to get my rhythm going and build off each outing and try to find my groove," Cingrani said. "I will hit it sooner or later."
"I had 16 or 17 days off when I didn't throw in a game," Cingrani said. "I'm not completely stretched out yet. I'm trying to shake that off. My changeup is good. My slider's coming out good. My velocity will improve if I keep working at it."