I'm not counting on Cingrani being more than a guy who is going to get maybe a small handful of starts on my team. Everything I read about him paints him as a guy who is overly reliant on his fastball (which is albeit, very good), and still needs a third offering before he can be a reliable pitcher every fifth day. I like him against the Marlins, sure, but wouldn't be surprised if that's the first and last time he starts for me (okay if he pitches well against the Marlins I'd trot him out again depending on the opponent, but you get my drift). Basically, don't go dropping someone you intend on being on your roster the rest of the way, because it's unlikely that Cingrani is going to be. That's how I'm proceeding at least.