Sonny Gray

#54 SP / Cincinnati Reds / EXP: 7YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 192 lb Age: 30 College: Vanderbilt Bats/Throws R/R

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    • Gray has been able to work out with teammate Curt Casali during MLB's shutdown period, MLB.com reports. Gray only threw seven innings in spring training, as he was just a tad behind his teammates because of his offseason arthroscopic elbow surgery to remove bone chips. He was fully healthy in those outings, however. He should be at full capacity whenever baseball is ready to resume.

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    • Gray threw two scoreless innings in his spring training debut against the Mariners on Wednesday, striking out three in the process. The outing was Gray's first since having bone chips removed from his elbow in September, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Gray came away encouraged from the results. "Man, I was excited for today. It was nice," Gray said. "I was trying to throw my fastball and just rip it the whole time. I checked a lot of boxes. I got my mind right. I was able to compete. It was good. I wished I could have gotten a leadoff hitter out, but other than that, it was good." After being limited to 175 innings last season, Gray could carry a heavier workload in 2020.

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    • Gray (elbow) is scheduled to make his first start of the spring Wednesday against the Mariners, according to MLB.com. Gray spent the offseason working his way back from elbow surgery, and it appears everything went off without a hitch. Barring any setbacks this spring, Gray figures to take the ball at some point during the Reds' season-opening series with the Cardinals.

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    • Gray (elbow) has been throwing bullpen sessions already without suffering the elbow cramps and stiffness that he felt last spring, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. Gray had bone chips in his elbow that were removed in September and dealt with them for years. "It's been pretty normal," Gray said Saturday about his recent bullpen sessions. "I probably threw more this offseason than I have. It'll be achy every now and again. But I threw my long bullpen [session] and came in and it feels great and it feels good today. It's weird, because it doesn't pop. I'm so used to throwing and it getting really stiff and having to pop it and spending hours in the training room."

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    • Gray underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow Wednesday, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports. The procedure, which cleaned up loose bodies that he apparently dealt with all season, isn't expected to affect Gray's normal offseason routine. The right-hander enjoyed a bounce-back campaign in 2019, compiling a 2.87 ERA, 1.08 WHIP and 205 strikeouts across 175.1 innings (31 starts) with the Reds.

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    2019 CIN 31 31 175.3 11 8 0 205 68 122 2.87 1.08
    2018 NYY 30 23 130.3 11 9 0 123 57 138 4.90 1.49
    TOTAL 186 177 1,076.0 70 60 0 994 377 936 3.53 1.22

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