Manager David Bell said Galvis (shoulder/quad) is fully healthy, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Galvis battled multiple injuries during the exhibition season but has now returned to full health. Prior to the delay in spring training, Galvis was set to return to play the infield, so he should be able to take the field when games resume.
Galvis (quadriceps/shoulder) was listed as the Reds' starting shortstop and No. 5 hitter for Thursday's Cactus League game against the Mariners, which has since been cancelled on account of rain, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Galvis will have to wait until at least Friday to see his first start of spring training in the field, as his previous three appearances during the Reds' Cactus League have come as a designated hitter while he's contended with quad and shoulder injuries. The Reds' decision to include him at shortstop seemingly suggests that Galvis is reasonably healthy again, so he remains on track to be ready for Opening Day.
Galvis (shoulder/quad) will return to action as a designated hitter either Monday or Tuesday, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Meanwhile, he has been cleared to throw and could return to action in the field soon as well, likely after the Reds' off-day on Wednesday.
Galvis (shoulder/quadriceps) was able to do some hitting and throwing Thursday, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Galvis has been limited to designated-hitter duties thus far in spring training due to a sore shoulder, but that injury appears to be a secondary concern at this point. Instead, the left quadriceps strain Galvis picked up Wednesday is his main worry, though the veteran infielder said the injury is "not that bad." His ability to complete an on-field workout a day after suffering the injury is encouraging, but Galvis will still need to resume running without incident before re-entering the Reds' spring lineup.
Galvis (shoulder) underwent an MRI on his left quadriceps Wednesday, though the severity of the injury remains unclear, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The 30-year-old was removed from Wednesday's Cactus League lineup with left quadriceps tightness, and he was already set to be limited to serving as a designated hitter due to a sore shoulder. Manager David Bell said, "It was just a quad strain during a baserunning drill. Hopefully, it's minor." Galvis' status figures to be updated within the next couple of days.