A third-round selection of the Reds in the 2011 draft, Cingrani became a major leaguer a year later and immediately held his own in the majors. To this point, Cingrani has thrown 334 2/3 innings of 4.01 ERA/3.76 SIERA ball between 2012-18 with the Reds and Dodgers, who acquired him from Cincinnati at the 2017 trade deadline. Shoulder problems have hampered Cingrani, though, and he hasn’t pitched in the bigs in the past two-plus seasons.
Pacheco, 35, became a big leaguer when the Rockies used a ninth-round pick on him in 2007. The former catcher most recently appeared in MLB with the Reds in 2016 and has batted .272/.310/.365 in 1,149 PA at the game’s highest level.