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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Johnny Cueto Will Pitch Sunday - Tony Cingrani May Stay


Dusty Baker confirmed that Johnny Cueto will come off the 15-day disabled list as scheduled and make the start against the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday.


The Reds will make another move tomorrow but are keeping an extra pitcher around for the Saturday evening game.

"We need bodies," Baker said.

Baker was asked point blank whether the Reds would keep Cingrani around when Cueto comes off the DL. Cingrani was unable to make the emergency start the June 5 game because he had just pitched two days before.

Cingrani is 3-0 in his starts as Cueto's fill-in.

"I will let you know tomorrow," Baker said. "There's a chance."

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