CINCINNATI -- On the 15-day disabled list since Saturday with a sprained posterior capsule in his right shoulder, Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey believed he could resume throwing from flat ground in the next day or two.

Bailey is not feeling much discomfort or restriction from his injury, which he sustained during his start on Thursday vs. the Phillies.

"I can do everything but throw, apparently," Bailey said. "It just depends on what they tell me to do, honestly."

Bailey lasted four innings vs. Philadelphia in a no-decision. He felt something while hitting in the top of the fourth and didn't feel the same when he pitched the bottom half of the inning.

"When I went out there for the fourth inning, I topped out at 86," Bailey said. "I saw it and I didn't like it."