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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Greene last few starts have been solid. I like him ending the season on a high note, with confidence in his ability. I would shut him down for the season.
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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    How does he build up his innings, if he doesn't build up his innings?

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    If Greene is shut down for the season, how many innings will limited to next year?
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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    How does he build up his innings, if he doesn't build up his innings?
    Personally, I think that’s an inexact science. I don’t think it will be a problem for him to go. from 106 IP to 140 next season, instead of fro 120 to 140. But if the Reds think that is an issue, they can have him throw on the side the rest of the season.

    If they don’t like that option, and think he needs to get to 120 innings, than of course, he should come back to get those innings. I just don’t think it’s that big of a deal.
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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    How does he build up his innings, if he doesn't build up his innings?
    Moving levels and matching last years innings is building is it not? Better hitters faced, more pressure, more pitch patterns needed, less success.

    He’s not a draft horse, he’s progressing despite surface numbers

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Moving levels and matching last years innings is building is it not? Better hitters faced, more pressure, more pitch patterns needed, less success.

    He’s not a draft horse, he’s progressing despite surface numbers
    Agree. As for next season, I doubt it’ll be a playoff year, whatever innings load he can handle will be fine.

    Hunter turned 23 today, still a young pitcher, if his season is over he did well, looking forward to watching him pitch for years to come.

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    How does he build up his innings, if he doesn't build up his innings?
    You don't mess around with shoulder issues. They can fix arm injuries now, for the most part, but shoulders are a whole different thing.

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    hopefully this is minor like the one mahle had. fingers crossed.

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    He will be built up to 200 innings by the time he is ready to be traded for some young prospects

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    Re: Hunter Greene to IL with Right Shoulder Strain

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    Rotoworld:

    “Hunter Greene (shoulder) underwent an MRI on Saturday. There will be no surgery required but there is no timetable for his return.”

    Yikes. While it is great to see surgery is not required, hearing there is no timetable set for his return is concerning, especially with the Reds sitting in fourth place in the NL Central. The 23-year-old flamethrower was having a rollercoaster season with a 5.26 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, and 127/41 K/BB ratio. Since the Reds are not in the playoff hunt, the team is going to take it nice and slow with the phenom.
    Well, we are not out of the woods yet.
    We've heard this story before.. "Just needs rest"
    Then right before the next season starts "well, rest didn't fix it, time for surgery"
    I'm not saying Greene needs surgery, I am just saying that Reds press release does not make me feel any better. (IMO, all their medical updates are useless for the fans to rely on, they are just far too unreliable)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Klu View Post
    If Greene is shut down for the season, how many innings will limited to next year?
    I think the goal is to build him up to 170-180 innings by 2025, so he can be flipped for prospects.
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