Finnegan (shoulder) will begin throwing off a mound Tuesday, John Fay of WCPO Cincinnati reports. This is a step in the right direction for the left-hander, who also commented that he's feeling great at the moment. Manager Bryan Price projects that Finnegan will still be able to return to the rotation in mid-June, which suggests that he's still following his original timetable. A more specific return date should come forth once he progresses further in his recovery.
Finnegan (shoulder) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Tuesday. Finnegan was expected to be sidelined for an extended period of time, so the Reds decided to shift him to the 60-day DL to free up a roster spot for Peter O'Brien, who was claimed off waivers Tuesday. The Reds are still hopeful Finnegan will be able to return around mid June, though a timetable should continue to become clearer as he progresses in his recovery.
Finnegan (shoulder) has begun a throwing program, John Fay of WCPO Cincinnati reports. It will still be a while before Finnegan can throw off a mound, and it will be even longer before he's pitching in the majors again. Manager Bryan Price has hinted that he's hopeful Finnegan can return around mid-June.
Finnegan (shoulder) is not expected to begin throwing again for another 2-to-3 weeks, MLB.com's Mark Sheldon reports. Further examination confirmed Finnegan suffered a muscle strain in the trapezius area, so this is no longer considered to be a short-term DL stint. Tim Adleman, who was recalled from Triple-A Louisville in a corresponding move Sunday, is expected to work out of the bullpen, so it's uncertain who the Reds might tab as Finnegan's replacement in the rotation.
Finnegan (shoulder) was placed on the 10-day DL on Sunday, MLB.com's Mark Sheldon reports. Finnegan exited Saturday's start against the Brewers after just one inning, and was later diagnosed with a strained shoulder. The left-hander will be eligible to return before the end of the month, but as with any issue of this variety, look for the team to take a conservative approach.
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