22-Year-Old Pitcher – Cincinnati Reds
2013 Fantasy Baseball Outlook
Corcino is one of the Reds' top-three pitching prospects (the others being Tony Cingrani and Robert Stephenson), with perhaps the highest ceiling. He drew comparisons to Johnny Cueto in spring trainin...
Corcino had a rough start Friday night, lasting just three innings for Triple-A Louisville, allowing two runs on four hits and six walks, while striking out three. For the season, he's got a 6.94 ERA and a 12:9 K:BB ratio.
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Cincinnati Reds Roster
MajorsArroyo, Bronson (P)
AAAtilano, Luis (P)
A+Buckley, Sean (3B)
ACisco, Drew (P)
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
Corcino dominated at Low-A Dayton in 2011, striking out 156 batters in 139.1 innings with his three-pitch repertoire (92-94 mph fastball, slider and change-up). A 21-year-old out of the Dominican, Corcino is probably the Reds' best starting pitching prospect that hasn't yet tasted the major leagues, aside from maybe last year's first-round draft pick Robert Stephenson. If he can survive pitching in the offensive-fueled environment of the High-A California League, the Reds may have another find on their hands.