So, anyone know what's likely to happen when Cueto returns? Who stays in the rotation: Cingrani or Leake? If it's Leake, does Cingrani get sent down to work on his secondary pitches, or perhaps remain in the bigs as a reliever? A lot of possibilities. I for one think that best thing for Cingrani (not necessarily the Reds) would be for him to go back to the minors and further develop his secondary pitches. If he can develop his curve and change into plus pitches to go with that nasty slider, he'll be damn near unhittable. These aren't lessons I think you want him to be learning in the majors, because small mistakes can lead to bad things and bad things can lead to low confidence. On the other hand, the fear might be that if he does return to the minors, he'll resort to throwing his fastball 90%+ of the time simply because he can. It's a tough decision for the Reds to be sure, and I'll be very curious to see which way they go with it. Leake is not a bad pitcher by any means. He absolutely belongs in the majors as a 4/5 starter (or the number 1 guy on a team like Colorado), but even now he doesn't hold a candle to an unpolished Cingrani, which is what makes this such an interesting decision for a team hoping to contend. Thoughts?