Cingrani profile; top 10 prospects
Cingrani's path to the big leagues was an unusual one. He broke former big leaguer Tim Byrdak's single-season and career strikeout records at South Suburban (Ill.) Junior College before moving on (like Byrdak also had) to Rice. In 2010, his first season with the Owls, Cingrani recorded an 8.58 ERA in six starts and lost his confidence to the point that he asked the coaching staff if they wanted him back for his senior year.
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