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Reds' Hunter Greene: Not expected to need surgery
Greene will undergo additional tests on his left shoulder, but he is not expected to require surgery, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
While the full extent of the issue remains unclear even after one MRI, the belief is that the shoulder is structurally sound. There is no timetable for his return, and the Reds have every incentive to be cautious with the 23-year-old, but it sounds like a return for Greene this season is still on the table.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Getting tests done in Cincy
Greene, who is on the 15-day injured list with a right shoulder strain, will have tests done in Cincinnati and is without a timetable to return, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
According to manager David Bell, this is something Greene has felt from time to time this season and he felt it more in his most recent start. The team thought he would be able to pitch through it until Friday's bullpen session, when he felt it a bit more than normal. Greene says it's just arm fatigue and he wants to be cautious with it, although he acknowledged he is unsure when he will be able to return to action. The 23-year-old righty is up to 102.2 innings on the year after throwing 106.1 innings in 2021.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: To IL with shoulder strain
Greene was placed on the 15-day injured list Friday with a right shoulder strain, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
This is potentially pretty serious, especially considering Greene's youth and prior injury history. With just two months left in the regular season, it's possible this is even a season ender, although we don't have a timetable yet. Greene had been pretty dialed in of late, logging a 2.70 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 29 strikeouts in 23.1 innings over his last four starts.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Dominant in victory
Greene (4-12) earned the win over Miami on Monday, allowing one hit and no walks while striking out eight batters over six scoreless innings.
Greene has shown flashes of brilliance at times this season, and his talent was on full display in his dominance of the Marlins on Monday. The rookie allowed only one hit -- a third-inning single -- though he also plunked two batters. Despite his 5.26 ERA on the campaign, Greene has shown that he can have this type of performance on other occasions; in fact, this was his third start of at least six innings and one hit or fewer this season. Greene's win total and ratios haven't been great in his first major-league campaign, but he ranks 10th in the league with 127 strikeouts over 102.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Gets little help in 12th loss
Greene (3-12) took the loss Tuesday, giving up two runs on nine hits and a walk over 6.1 innings as the Reds fell 2-1 to the Marlins. He struck out six.
The rookie right-hander turned in one of his better efforts of the season when it came to his control, firing 72 of 105 pitches for strikes, but aside from a Mike Moustakas solo shot Greene got no help from the Cincinnati offense. The quality start was his fifth of the season in 19 trips to the mound, and the 22-year-old will take an erratic 5.59 ERA, 1.37 WHIP and 119:41 K:BB through 96.2 innings into his next outing.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Surrenders four runs in loss
Greene (3-11) took the loss during Friday's 7-3 defeat at the hands of the Cardinals, allowing four runs on five hits and three walks with six strikeouts in five innings.
St. Louis jumped on Greene early with two runs on four baserunners in the first inning, and Greene surrendered additional runs in the second and fourth on limited baserunners. He departed at the conclusion of the fifth with the game at 4-3 but Cincinnati was unable to rally as the 22-year-old is one of three pitchers with double digit losses in the season's first half. The electric rookie concludes the first half with a 5.78 ERA and 1.35 WHIP with 113 strikeouts in 18 starts.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Strikes out nine in no-decision
Greene did not factor in the decision against Tampa Bay on Saturday, pitching six innings and allowing one run on three hits and four walks while striking out nine.
Greene hurled 114 pitches in the outing, four short of the career-high 118 he tossed May 15 against Pittsburgh. The rookie was throwing heat Saturday -- per MLB Pipeline, 38 of his offerings clocked in at 100 mph or above, the second most of any pitcher in the Statcast era. Unfortunately for Greene, the Reds offense couldn't get much going against Tampa Bay until late in the game, and he had to settle for a no-decision. Greene has had his ups and downs in his first big-league campaign, but he has certainly flashed big potential, especially in terms of his ability to miss bats. He's tied for 10th in the majors with 107 strikeouts overall and ranks fourth among qualified starters with an 11.3 K/9.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Hit hard by Mets
Greene (3-10) took the loss Monday as the Reds fell 7-4 to the Mets, coughing up six runs on seven hits and a walk over 5.1 innings. He struck out five.
The rookie flamethrower has been finding the plate more often lately, but his command lags behind his control and he got taken deep by Brandon Nimmo and Francisco Lindor -- the third time in his last four starts Greene has served up multiple homers. The 22-year-old hasn't walked more than two batters in any of his last seven outings, posting an impressive 42:9 K:BB through 35 innings over that stretch, but that comes with a 6.17 ERA and 1.8 HR/9.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Tagged with ninth loss
Greene (3-9) took the look against the Cubs on Wednesday, allowing three runs on two hits and two walks while striking out five over four innings.
Greene's moments of wildness cost him in the contest -- the first runner who scored against him got aboard on a hit-by-pitch, and both Cubs who crossed the plate in his fourth and final inning reached on a walk. There were also positive takeaways from the rookie's outing -- he racked up 13 swinging strikes among 80 pitches and averaged at least one strikeout per inning for the 11th time in his past 12 starts -- but those weren't enough to prevent him from taking his team-worst ninth loss. Greene has had his share of rookie bumps and bruises this season as evidenced by his won-loss record and 5.72 ERA, but there have also been encouraging signs such as his 11.3 K/9, which ranks fifth-best among qualified major-league starters.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Serves up three homers
Greene (3-8) allowed six earned runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out three across five innings to take the loss Thursday against the Dodgers.
Greene served up three long balls, which accounted for five of his earned runs. He also struggled to miss bats, inducing just eight swinging strikes across 98 total pitches. It's understandable that Greene struggled against one of the better lineups in the league, but he remains very inconsistent. Across his last six starts, he's allowed four or more earned runs four times but allowed only one run across 12 innings combined between the other two outings. Greene has a 5.66 ERA and 88:30 K:BB across 70 frames on the season.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Coughs up four runs
Greene allowed four runs on four hits and two walks over five innings during Friday's loss to the Brewers. He struck out six and did not factor in the decision.
All of the damage against Greene came via the long ball. Hunter Renfroe launched a three-run shot in the fourth inning, followed by Willy Adames' solo blast in the fifth. Greene had allowed just five runs and no homers over his previous three starts. The flamethrowing rookie now owns a 5.26 ERA with an 85:28 K:BB through 65 frames. Greene is expected to face the Dodgers at home next week.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Settles for no-decision
Greene didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 5-4 loss to the Cardinals, allowing one run on two hits and two walks over five-plus innings. He struck out seven.
The rookie seemed headed for his fourth quality start of the season after tossing five scoreless innings, but Greene ran into a bit of trouble in the sixth and got the hook after 101 pitches (65 strikes). The Reds' bullpen then imploded in the late innings to cost him his fourth win. Greene continues to put a shaky start to the season behind him, and over his last six outings he sports a 3.18 ERA, 0.91 WHIP and 44:11 K:BB through 34 innings.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Yields one hit in victory
Greene (3-7) allowed one hit over seven shutout innings Monday, striking out eight and earning a win over the Diamondbacks.
Greene needed just 87 pitches to cruise through Monday's victory and he never allowed a runner past first base. After Daulton Varsho's leadoff single, the 22-year-old flamethrower retired 20 straight batters. While he's struggled with his command at times this season, Greene has posted a 16:0 K:BB over his last two starts, improving his season mark to 72:24 through 55 frames. He'll carry a 5.40 ERA into his projected start in St. Louis this weekend.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Strikes out eight in loss
Greene (2-7) took the loss Wednesday, allowing four runs on six hits and zero walks over 3.2 innings against Boston. He struck out eight.
After striking out seven and allowing just one baserunner through the first three innings, the rookie got into trouble in the fourth after the first four batters of the inning reached safely. Eventually, all four of those baserunners would come around to score, setting Greene up for his seventh loss of the season. Across 10 starts and 48 innings, the right-hander has 64 strikeouts, but he's allowed 15 home runs and sports a 6.19 ERA.... See More ... See Less
Reds' Hunter Greene: Earns win despite five earned runs
Greene (2-6) earned the win Thursday, allowing five runs on seven hits and two walks over five innings against the Cubs. He struck out six.
Greene gave up a two-run double to Frank Schwindel in the top of the first and a solo home run to Nico Hoerner in the second. However, he was able to settle down and tossed two scoreless innings before giving up back-to-back homers to Willson Contreras and Ian Happ to leadoff the fifth. Regardless, the right-hander was still able to get through the fifth and earned the win thanks to an eight-run outburst from the Reds in the third. The rookie has registered at least six strikeouts in eight of his first nine career starts.... See More ... See Less
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