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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    Cincinnati.com | The Enquirer
    Cincinnati Reds injury updates:
    Mike Minor is close to returning but Nick Lodolo is not
    For the last week, since moving Vladimir Gutierrez to the bullpen, the Reds have used the off days on their schedule to carry a four-man rotation. Soon, the Reds will have to go back to using a five-man rotation.

    While starting pitcher Mike Minor could slot into that fifth spot, Nick Lodolo isn’t currently a candidate due to a lower right back injury.

    Minor has missed the start of the season with a sore shoulder, but he has made two successful rehab starts and has one more scheduled on Friday in Triple-A.

    “If all goes well there, I think there will be a conversation of getting him back into the rotation after that,” Bell said.

    Lodolo isn’t as close to returning to the Reds’ rotation.

    His growth this season had been one of the team’s most important developments, and he made a really impressive start in his last outing. On April 24 against the St. Louis Cardinals, Lodolo pitched 5 ⅔ and allowed one run with seven strikeouts.

    He felt the issue in his back during that game, but Lodolo expected it to be a minor issue at the time. As recently as May 6, Lodolo was scheduled to get back in the Reds rotation on May 7.

    Then he suffered a setback, and now Lodolo will take a week off from throwing. He had a doctor’s appointment scheduled in Cincinnati this week.

    “It was actually a good exam he had,” Bell said. “They didn’t find anything concerning or new. But he was still having some pain when he threw so they’re going to give him one solid week off and go forward.”

    Reds shortstop prospect Jose Barrero has missed the start of the season with a left wrist injury, and he’s nearing the start of a rehab assignment. He recently got five at-bats in a game at the Reds spring training complex, and he’s expected to begin his rehab assignment in Triple-A on Friday.

    Barrero has a shot to become the Reds starting shortstop this season, but the focus of his rehab assignment will be getting healthy.

    “It’s not so much the proving as it is getting baseball played because it’s been very sporadic for him,” Bell said. “He’s going to need these three weeks for sure, not only to make sure he’s healthy but to use it as spring training almost to get back into playing.”

    Read about more Reds injuries here:
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/cincinnat...172804064.html
    Last edited by Ron Madden; 05-18-2022 at 08:59 PM.

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    thanks for posting the info, ron.

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    Itís still shocking every time I see the Redís injury list. If all the MLB players on the IL competed for their own team against each other using The Show video game, the Reds would win the World Series.

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    From Mike Minorís rehab start last night


    Bobby Nightengale
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    Mike Minorís pitching line in his rehab start with Triple-A Louisville: 4 2/3 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 0 BB, 3 K, 1 HR. He threw 79 pitches, 52 strikes.

    Three hits and three runs came in his final inning.



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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    From Mike Minor’s rehab start last night
    As long as he came out of it healthy, I'm less concerned about the stat line

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    David Bell said Kyle Farmer’s off day today is about “being smart.”

    Mike Minor’s rehab start got good reports.

    Nick Senzel had a scheduled off day yesterday on his rehab assignment and is continuing to progress.

    Max Schrock is expected to start a rehab assignment soon.



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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    it seems Lodolo’s sore back is contagious

    From Nightengale twitter

    Graham Ashcraft will start in Toronto on Sunday to make his MLB debut. Connor Overton dealing with a sore back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    it seems Lodolo’s sore back is contagious

    From Nightengale twitter

    Graham Ashcraft will start in Toronto on Sunday to make his MLB debut. Connor Overton dealing with a sore back.
    Back to back problems for Reds pitching

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    RHP Connor Overton (back soreness)
    Expected return: TBD
    Overton was in line to start the series finale against the Blue Jays on May 22, but he was scratched one day prior due to a sore back. Overton, who debuted with Toronto last season, has a 1.82 ERA and zero home runs allowed through his first four starts. -- Jordan Horrobin

    OF Nick Senzel
    Expected return: Late May
    Senzel, who was placed on the COVID IL on May 4, began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on May 18.

    “I do know it’d be through the weekend,” manager David Bell said. “Hopefully he’s ready to go when we get back home [on May 23].” -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 18)

    LHP Mike Minor (left shoulder soreness)
    Expected return: Late May or early June
    The Reds received a positive report on Minor's most recent rehab start, which came on May 20 with Triple-A Louisville. Minor threw 79 pitches over 4 2/3 innings, allowing four earned runs on nine hits. The 34-year-old could join the Major League rotation as early as next week.

    "For me, if they're healthy and they're built up, I don't pay any attention to the results," manager David Bell said. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    SS Jose Barrero (left wrist surgery)
    Expected return: Early June
    Barrero began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on May 20. Although he does not have a set spot on the big league roster, the stint in Louisville will be more about getting ready rather than proving himself on the field. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    IF/OF Max Schrock (left calf strain)
    Expected return: June
    Schrock will begin a rehab assignment in late May, manager David Bell said on May 21, with the expectation that he'll be on a three-week timeline to return. Schrock is eligible to be activated on June 6.

    Across 11 Spring Training appearances, Schrock slashed .609/.630/.826 before he was injured during an April 3 game vs. Arizona. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    INF Donovan Solano (left hamstring)
    Expected return: TBD
    Solano underwent a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in late April, but the shot did not alleviate the soreness, manager David Bell said. More recently, Solano was running at 70-80 percent. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    RHP Lucas Sims (lower back spasms)
    Expected return: TBD
    Sims still doesn’t have a timetable for when he might return, but it will likely be beyond his eligible activation date of May 26.

    Sims was delayed at camp by offseason back issues and was forced to begin the season on the IL. Those issues returned after back-to-back scoreless appearances and he went back on the IL on May 12. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 18)

    LHP Nick Lodolo (lower right back strain)
    Expected return: TBD
    Lodolo, who was traveling with the club, returned to Cincinnati to see the doctor on May 16 and was told to stop throwing.

    David Bell said they’re going to give him one solid week off and go forward.”

    OF Jake Fraley (right knee inflammation)
    Expected return: TBD
    Fraley took batting practice on May 17 and he did some work in the field with outfield coach Jeff Pickler. He could be sent out on a Minor League rehab assignment soon. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 17)

    RHP Justin Dunn (shoulder)
    Expected return: TBD
    Dunn, who was acquired from the Mariners in a March trade, joined the club on its road series in Cleveland to do workouts and continue his throwing program. Manager David Bell believed that Dunn could be ready to join the team as a starter around the All-Star break.

    LHP Justin Wilson (left elbow soreness)
    Expected return: June?
    Wilson has been doing his rehab work but is not close to returning to the active roster.

    “Getting better but not to the point of being able to throw,” Reds manager David Bell said. Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 8)

    2B Jonathan India (right hamstring)
    Expected return: TBD
    India has been progressing with his baseball activities, but there is not yet a target date for when he might begin a rehab assignment in the Minors.

    “He’s doing great,” Reds manager David Bell said.
    The Reds are likely to be extra deliberate with India since he’s on his second IL stint with a hamstring injury. He went back to the IL after his right hamstring tightened on him during an April 29 game vs. the Rockies. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 14)
    Last edited by Ron Madden; 05-21-2022 at 11:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyInTheBank View Post
    As long as he came out of it healthy, I'm less concerned about the stat line
    Guessing no matter how he does this is a one start shot for Ashcraft. Unless Overton has to go on the IL. Because the great Mike Minor is about to return and fill the last rotation spot.

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    RHP Connor Overton (back soreness)
    Expected return: TBD
    Overton was in line to start the series finale against the Blue Jays on May 22, but he was scratched one day prior due to a sore back. Overton, who debuted with Toronto last season, has a 1.82 ERA and zero home runs allowed through his first four starts. -- Jordan Horrobin

    OF Nick Senzel
    Expected return: Late May
    Senzel, who was placed on the COVID IL on May 4, began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on May 18.

    “I do know it’d be through the weekend,” manager David Bell said. “Hopefully he’s ready to go when we get back home [on May 23].” -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 18)

    LHP Mike Minor (left shoulder soreness)
    Expected return: Late May or early June
    The Reds received a positive report on Minor's most recent rehab start, which came on May 20 with Triple-A Louisville. Minor threw 79 pitches over 4 2/3 innings, allowing four earned runs on nine hits. The 34-year-old could join the Major League rotation as early as next week.

    "For me, if they're healthy and they're built up, I don't pay any attention to the results," manager David Bell said. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    SS Jose Barrero (left wrist surgery)
    Expected return: Early June
    Barrero began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on May 20. Although he does not have a set spot on the big league roster, the stint in Louisville will be more about getting ready rather than proving himself on the field. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    IF/OF Max Schrock (left calf strain)
    Expected return: June
    Schrock will begin a rehab assignment in late May, manager David Bell said on May 21, with the expectation that he'll be on a three-week timeline to return. Schrock is eligible to be activated on June 6.

    INF Donovan Solano (left hamstring)
    Expected return: TBD
    Solano underwent a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injection in late April, but the shot did not alleviate the soreness, manager David Bell said. More recently, Solano was running at 70-80 percent. -- Jordan Horrobin (Last updated: May 21)

    RHP Lucas Sims (lower back spasms)
    Expected return: TBD
    Sims still doesn’t have a timetable for when he might return, but it will likely be beyond his eligible activation date of May 26.

    Sims was delayed at camp by offseason back issues and was forced to begin the season on the IL. Those issues returned after back-to-back scoreless appearances and he went back on the IL on May 12. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 18)

    LHP Nick Lodolo (lower right back strain)
    Expected return: TBD
    Lodolo, who was traveling with the club, returned to Cincinnati to see the doctor on May 16 and was told to stop throwing.

    David Bell said they’re going to give him one solid week off and go forward.”

    OF Jake Fraley (right knee inflammation)
    Expected return: TBD
    Fraley took batting practice on May 17 and he did some work in the field with outfield coach Jeff Pickler. He could be sent out on a Minor League rehab assignment soon. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 17)

    RHP Justin Dunn (shoulder)
    Expected return: TBD
    Dunn, who was acquired from the Mariners in a March trade, joined the club on its road series in Cleveland to do workouts and continue his throwing program. Manager David Bell believed that Dunn could be ready to join the team as a starter around the All-Star break.

    LHP Justin Wilson (left elbow soreness)
    Expected return: June?
    Wilson has been doing his rehab work but is not close to returning to the active roster.

    “Getting better but not to the point of being able to throw,” Reds manager David Bell said. Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 8)

    2B Jonathan India (right hamstring)
    Expected return: TBD
    India has been progressing with his baseball activities, but there is not yet a target date for when he might begin a rehab assignment in the Minors.

    “He’s doing great,” Reds manager David Bell said.
    The Reds are likely to be extra deliberate with India since he’s on his second IL stint with a hamstring injury. He went back to the IL after his right hamstring tightened on him during an April 29 game vs. the Rockies. -- Mark Sheldon (Last updated: May 14)

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    LHP Nick Lodolo (lower right back strain)
    Expected return: TBD
    Lodolo, who was traveling with the club, returned to Cincinnati to see the doctor on May 16 and was told to stop throwing.
    Not great Bob
    What would you say.....ya do here?

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by RedTeamGo! View Post
    Not great Bob
    They explained it in depth-- not that big a deal. Yet.

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    Re: 2022 Reds Injury Updates


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    The Reds have sent OF Jake Fraley on a rehab assignment.

    He’s in High-A Dayton as the Dragons are playing at home this weekend.

    He has been out since May 1 with knee inflammation.


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