I just traded Cingrani, mostly because, from everything I've read, he's going to lose his rotation spot as soon as Cueto returns. I'd be more inclined to hold onto Cueto, because he's solid when he's healthy. I mean, his biggest risk isn't performance, it's health. The previous poster was right, you need pitching more. If you were to move him, I'd probably try to move him for a SP and a CP, but that may be difficult because of his injuries this season. Regardless, if you do trade him, you're selling low at this point, which isn't something I'd be interested in doing with a pitcher with Cueto's track record.