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Reds recall LHP Cingrani to make start

The Cincinnati Reds have recalled left-hander Tony Cingrani from Triple-A Louisville and optioned infielder Henry Rodriguez to their top minor league team.

Cingrani was called up to start Tuesday night against the Chicago Cubs in place of right-hander Johnny Cueto. The Reds ace is on the disabled list with a strained right shoulder. 

In six starts for the Reds, Cingrani is 2-0 with a 3.27 ERA.

Rodriguez was 0 for 2 in two games with the Reds.

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