Gray (3-6) picked up the win Friday, allowing one run on five hits and a walk over six innings in a 6-2 victory over the Mets. He struck out seven.
The right-hander celebrated not being dealt at the trade deadline by delivering his fifth quality start of the season and only his second since the beginning of June. Gray stumbled into the second half before rebounding Friday, coughing up 13 runs over eight innings in his first two starts after the All-Star break, and he'll carry a 4.26 ERA, 1.38 WHIP and 96:29 K:BB through 76 innings into his next outing.
Gray (2-6) allowed eight runs on eight hits and a walk while striking out three in 3.1 innings, taking the loss versus St. Louis on Sunday.
The right-hander yielded three home runs in the contest, and he was relieved by Edgar Garcia after Dylan Carlson's two-run blast in the fourth inning. Both of Gray's starts since the All-Star break have been poor, and Sunday's effort ended a streak of four outings without allowing a homer. The 31-year-old has a 4.50 ERA, 1.41 WHIP and 89:28 K:BB through 70 innings this season. He lines up for a road start versus the Mets during next weekend's series.
Gray (2-5) couldn't escape the fifth inning against the Brewers on Sunday in the course of getting the loss, allowing five runs on six hits and four walks over 4.2 innings. He struck out six.
Gray very nearly got out of trouble in the fifth, but he then allowed a two-out, bases loaded single to Tyrone Taylor, and then a two-run triple to Jackie Bradley Jr., sucking all the air out of the balloon for the Reds. The Reds will hope Gray can help them recapture their momentum they had prior to the All-Star break with his next start against the Cardinals.
Gray (ribs) was activated ahead of his start Sunday against the Brewers.
He spent the minimum amount of time on the injured list with a rib cage strain. Gray has a 2.10 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 33 strikeouts over his last five starts (25.2 innings). He'll pitch opposite Corbin Burnes.
Gray (ribs) is slated to start Sunday's game against the Brewers, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gray landed on the injured list with a strain in his rib cage July 8, but he should be able to return after spending the minimum amount of time on the shelf. The right-hander has posted a 2.10 ERA and 1.05 WHIP in 25.2 innings across his last five starts, and it's unlikely that he'll face significant workload restrictions following the brief absence.
Gray was placed on the 10-day injured list Thursday with a rib cage strain.
Gray lasted seven innings for the second time this year in Wednesday's win over the Royals, but he apparently sustained a rib injury that will land him back on the injured list ahead of the All-Star break. The severity of the issue isn't yet clear, and whether he's able to return shortly after the All-Star break remains to be seen. Right-hander Tony Santillan was recalled from Triple-A Louisville in a corresponding move.
Gray (2-4) earned the win Wednesday against Kansas City after tossing seven innings of two-run ball, allowing seven hits and two walks while fanning seven.
Gray completed seven innings for just the second time this season and delivered a strong performance across the board, limiting the walks once again and fanning at least seven for the fourth time over his last six outings. The veteran owns an excellent 2.56 ERA with a 41:9 K:BB across 31.2 innings during that six-game stretch. He heads into the break riding his best stretch of form so far this season.
Gray was limited to 86 pitches upon his return from a groin injury and will probably be on a pitch count in his next outing Wednesday against the Royals, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gray pitched well in his first start back, and manager David Bell suspects that after the All-Star break Gray will be allowed to go deeper. "It was a little more than I expected," Bell said. "Another start or two from now, he keeps going because he was good (Friday night), but we were very satisfied with what he was able to give us. I thought it was a great start, great having him back and seeing him pitch like that."
Gray allowed a run on five hits and a walk with eight strikeouts in five innings versus the Cubs on Friday. He did not factor in the decision.
Gray threw 86 pitches (53 strikes) in his first start in over three weeks. The right-hander's lone blemish was an RBI double he allowed to Jason Heyward in the fourth inning. Through 55 innings this season, Gray has a 3.27 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 73:21 K:BB while posting a 1-4 record. He lines up for a road start in Kansas City next week.
Gray was officially activated from the 10-day injured list prior to his Friday start against the Cubs.
Gray was placed on the injured list June 9 with a right groin strain. He made a rehab outing with Triple-A Louisville on June 26, striking out five while allowing two hits across three scoreless innings. He could be on some sort of pitch count Friday given that he doesn't appear to be fully stretched out, but the Reds have not commented on how many innings they'll be looking to get out of the right-hander.
Gray (groin) plans to start Friday's game against the Cubs, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gray has been on the injured list since June 9 due to a right groin strain, but he made a rehab start for Triple-A Louisville on Saturday and allowed one hit and three walks while striking out four in three scoreless innings. He's slated to return to the majors to pitch on five day's rest in Friday's series opener against the Cubs, but it's not yet clear whether he could be on a pitch count following his brief rehab assignment.
Gray (groin) struck out four while allowing one hit and three walks across three scoreless innings during his rehab outing with Triple-A Louisville on Saturday.
Gray was initially slated to make his rehab start Thursday but a stiff back pushed the outing back to Saturday. The plan has been for the right-hander to make just one start with Louisville before rejoining the big-league rotation, so assuming that holds, he should line up to start for the Reds sometime toward the middle or end of next week.
Gray (groin) will now make his rehab start Saturday after he woke up with a stiff back Wednesday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gray was expected to begin his rehab assignment Thursday, but he'll wait a few more days as a precautionary measure. His back stiffness doesn't sound like a significant concern, so the right-hander should be able to get back on track assuming he's able to take the mound Saturday. However, Gray's minor setback could push back his potential return to major-league game action by a few days, so Tony Santillan could get another turn through the rotation.
Gray (groin) is scheduled to make a rehab start Thursday at Triple-A Louisville, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Shortly after Gray took part in fielding drills Tuesday, the Reds gave him the green light to head out on a rehab assignment later this week while he looks to prove he's fully recovered from a right groin strain. The Reds are planning to have him make just one three-inning rehab start at Louisville, and if all goes well, he would tentatively line up to return from the 10-day injured list to start June 29 against the Padres. Tony Santillan has been filling in for Gray in the Cincinnati rotation and is scheduled to make what could be his final start with the big club Thursday versus Atlanta.
Gray (groin) went through fielding drills Tuesday and is expected to embark on a rehab assignment later this week, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
Gray has missed two weeks due to a right groin strain. He's expected to make just a single, three-inning rehab appearance for Triple-A Louisville, putting him on track to return sometime next week. He may be on a pitch count for his first start back given that the Reds don't appear to want to build him all the way back up before he returns.
Gray (groin) threw a successful bullpen session Friday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The right-hander is expected to miss at least two more turns through the rotation due to a right groin strain, but Gray made a tangible step in his recovery by throwing a successful bullpen. Tony Santillan will likely continue to fill in as a starter while Gray is sidelined.
Gray is expected to miss at least two more turns through the Cincinnati rotation while he recovers from a right groin strain, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. "The best feel I have for when he'd come back is almost be like maybe two starts from [Tuesday]," Bell said of Gray's potential return from the 10-day injured list. "So, it might be 10 days away, right in that range."
A clearer target date for Gray's return from the IL could come into focus by this weekend, when Bell said the right-hander will likely throw a side session. Gray's groin injury has already cost him one turn through the rotation, with Tony Santillan getting a call-up from Triple-A Louisville to fill in for him. Santillan will make his first of what will likely be two more turns through the rotation Friday in San Diego.
Gray (groin) joined the Reds on their road trip this week and has made some progress in his recovery, though he doesn't yet have a projected return date, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Gray is eligible to return from the IL as early as Saturday, though that doesn't seem too likely. "He's progressing," manager David Bell said. "Nothing has changed. We don't have a date for his first start back, but no news is good news. It's improved every day, which is great."
Gray (groin) will miss at least two starts as he recovers from a right groin strain, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Cincinnati will be without one of its more consistent starters for no fewer than two turns through the rotation. Riley O'Brien is expected to fill Gray's spot until he's ready to return.
Gray was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right groin strain Wednesday.
Gray was removed from Tuesday's loss to Milwaukee with right groin tightness, and he'll miss at least one turn through the rotation while he recovers. It's not yet clear when the right-hander will be able to return to the mound, and the Reds haven't announced who could take his place in the rotation. Right-hander Art Warren was called up by the Reds in a corresponding move.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/30||@ NYM||W 6-2||1||6.0||5||1||1||7|
|07/25||vs STL||L 6-10||1||3.1||8||8||1||3|
|07/18||vs MIL||L 0-8||1||4.2||6||5||4||6|
|07/07||@ KC||W 5-2||1||7.0||7||2||2||7|
|07/02||vs CHC||W 2-1||5.0||5||1||1||8|
|06/08||vs MIL||L 1-5||3.0||2||0||0||5|
|06/01||vs PHI||L 3-17||1||4.2||6||3||1||8|
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|Minor League Pitching Stats|
|2012||AAA-Sacramento River Cat||4.0||1||1||0||0||0||0||2||1||10||9.00||2.750|
|2013||AAA-Sacramento River Cat||118.1||20||20||1||10||7||0||118||39||117||3.43||1.321|