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Reds place Minor (shoulder) on IL

Keep an eye on the Reds recent transactions and injury updates through the entire season.

Sept. 23: LHP Mike Minor positioned on 15-day IL

Minor was scratched from his start contrary to the Brewers after he was positioned on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to Sept. 20, with left shoulder soreness. Right-hander Luis Cessa begins instead.

Sept. 23: RHP Connor Overton reinstated from 60-day IL

Overton was reinstated from the IL after making two rehab starts with Triple-A Louisville, fanning nine and walking three over 7 2/3 innings. The righty was on the IL due to a stress reaction in his spine.

Overton, who last started on, may 17 for the Reds, will undoubtedly be in a relief role for all of those other season.

Sept. 21: OF Nick Senzel positioned on the 60-day injured list with a fractured left toe; OF Michael Siani‘s contract selected from Triple-A Louisville

Senzel will skip the final fourteen days after he was hurt crashing in to the wall attempting to create a catch in Tuesdays 5-3 loss to the Red Sox.

Siani, who’s ranked by MLB Pipeline as Cincinnatis No. 26 prospect, is really a left-handed-hitting center fielder and immediately becomes the Reds best speed threat. The 23-year-old spent the majority of the season at Double-A Chattanooga and batted .252 with a .755 OPS, 12 home runs and 49 RBIs in 121 games. He played eight games since his promotion to Louisville earlier this month. In his 129 games overall, Siani has 52 steals and hes known to make strong defensive plays in the outfield.

He’s had a good year. He’s put himself able to have an extremely good approach at the plate, consistent at-bats, Reds manager David Bell said. We’ve seen him a whole lot. He’s talented, he’s an excellent athlete, he’s an excellent defender. The big thing, I believe, from my understanding, is that heading back to the Arizona Fall League this past year, he’s made some nice adjustments and he’s still a player and all that. He’s put himself ready where in fact the timing was to let him experience a few of the Major Leagues here the final little while is wonderful for us and for his development. More >>

Sept. 20: RHP Graham Ashcraft prepared to return

Rookie starting pitcher Ashcraft made his second rehab assignment start Monday, this time around for Triple-A Louisville. It wasnt an excellent line as Ashcraft allowed eight runs (six earned) and 11 hits over 2 2/3 innings. He didn’t walk a batter and struck out five while throwing 70 pitches.

He felt good. He felt strong. Hell prepare yourself to create his next start here, mostly likely it’ll be Saturday, Reds manager David Bell said.

It lines up that Ashcraft will be able to get three more starts for the club prior to the season ends.

10-day and 15-day injured lists

RHP Graham Ashcraft (right biceps soreness)

Expected return: Possibly Sept. 24

Ashcraft made his second rehab assignment start Sept. 19, this time around for Triple-A Louisville. It wasnt an excellent line as Ashcraft allowed eight runs (six earned) and 11 hits over 2 2/3 innings. He didn’t walk a batter and struck out five while throwing 70 pitches.

In his first rehab start, Ashcraft threw 53 pitches over three innings for Double-A Chattanooga on Sept. 14, striking out six.

It lines up that Ashcraft will be able to get three more starts for the club prior to the season ends. (Last updated: Sept. 20)

RHP Justin Dunn (right shoulder rightness)

Expected return: TBD

Dunn was positioned on the 15-day IL on Sept. 15 (retroactive to Sept. 12). Dunn handled an identical injury when he left an Aug. 30 game. Manager David Bell described the soreness as more significant than whatever had bothered him previously. (Last updated: Sept. 15)

RHP Robert Dugger (right shoulder pain)

Expected return: TBD

Dugger began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on Sept. 11, and pitched one scoreless inning of relief with two walks. His day ended just a little early after he was hit on the hand by way of a ball. He last pitched for the Reds on Aug. 5 contrary to the Brewers, tossing four innings while allowing five runs and walking four batters. (Last updated: Sept. 12)

OF Nick Senzel (broken left toe)

Expected return: 2023

Senzel was injured wanting to create a catch as he crashed in to the center-field wall on Sept. 20 vs. the Red Sox. His foot slammed in to the unpadded part of the fencing and caused the fracture. He was used in the 60-day IL on Sept. 23. (Last updated: Sept. 23)

C Aramis Garcia (left middle finger fracture)

Expected return: TBD

Garcia was delivered to Louisville on a rehab assignment. The catcher has been working his grip strength and there is absolutely no timetable yet for a possible go back to the club. (Last updated: Sept. 23)

RHP Daniel Duarte (right elbow swelling)

Expected return: Possibly September

Duarte is scheduled to begin with a rehab assignment on Sept. 8 at Triple-A Louisville. There’s still hope that the right-hander could return with time to finish the growing season with the big league club. Duarte has been out since April 17, after he pitched one inning the prior day vs. the Dodgers. (Last updated: Sept. 6)

RHP Jeff Hoffman (right forearm tightness)

Expected return: 2023

Hoffman still hasnt fully recovered and contains felt some soreness in his elbow, prompting the Reds to shut him down for the rest of the growing season.An MRI taken on Friday showed no serious damage and a significant elbow surgery was eliminated. But he could be taking a second opinion to verify the diagnosis.(Last updated: Sept. 2)

INF Mike Moustakas (Grade 2 left calf strain)

Expected return: 2023

Moustakas began his sixth IL stint of 2022 on Aug. 27 (retroactive to Aug. 24) just nine days after returning from the Grade 1 pressure on the same calf. Reds manager David Bell assured that Moustakas won’t return by the end of his 10 days and can likely spend all of those other season on the IL to become healthy with time for 2023.

“He wants to play, Bell said. He’s got been durable throughout his career. It has been a hardcore stretch for him. You take pride as a new player being on the field. He definitely has that to the stage of he does and says whatever he’s got to to be on the field. His body hasn’t allowed him to achieve that. Now the focus is, be it this year or next, getting everything as healthy as he are able to without having to be worried about that.”

Moustakas was used in 60-day IL on Sept. 1 as rosters expanded. (Last updated: Sept. 1)

RHP Tony Santillan (spine pain)

Expected return: Likely 2023

Manager David Bell said Santillan, who has passed the 60-day threshold since he was positioned on the IL on June 17, is “still recovering” but might not be in a position to return in 2022.

“I don’t believe we realized how significant his injury was,” Bell said. “It will likely be a longshot to possess him back this year, but he’s improving.”

After his June 13 appearance at Arizona, Santillan experienced spine pain that got gradually worse in the next days and forced him on the injured list. Santillan includes a 5.49 ERA in his 21 appearances from the bullpen this year. (Last updated: Aug. 19)

C Tyler Stephenson (right broken clavicle)

Expected return: 2023

Stephenson had successful surgery on Aug. 4 to stabilize his broken collarbone. Team medical director Dr. Tim Kremchek performed the operation.

The surgery wasnt viewed entirely as season ending but hes not likely to be back 2022.

I believe [Stephenson returning this season] was a longshot anyway, Reds manager David Bell said. I believe anything can be done, but its not at all something were likely to jeopardize him or put him in times where we rush him back again to get yourself a few games in. I believe its an excellent goal to possess and anything can be done, but I believe even prior to the surgery, it had been a longshot.

The initial Stephenson could possibly be activated from the 60-day injured list is Sept. 21. Heleft the Reds July 22 game vs. the Cardinals in the very best of the initial inning afterhebroke his right clavicleon a foul ball off the bat of Paul Goldschmidt.(Last updated: Aug. 5)

RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (Tommy John surgery)

Expected return: Mid-2023

Gutierrez underwent successful Tommy John surgery on his right elbow on July 20 and likely wont pitch for the Reds until midway through the 2023 season. Initially on the IL with right forearm tightness, he was used in the 60-day IL on July 7 following a setback two days earlier while he was pitching live batting practice and was later identified as having a torn ulnar collateral ligament. (Last updated: July 22)

RHP Lucas Sims (back surgery)

Expected return:
2023

Sims had season-ending microdiscectomy surgery to ease the discomfort of a bulging disc.

Likely to function as Reds’ best late-inning reliever entering the growing season, Sims had a 9.45 ERA in six appearances. He was delayed at camp by offseason back issues and was forced to begin with the growing season on the IL. Those issues returned after back-to-back scoreless appearances, and he returned on the IL on, may 12.

I will be [pitching] off the mound, hopefully, prior to the end of the growing season. [But] theres insufficient time to build-up from then on, Sims said. I definitely didnt think it had been going to arrived at this in order that was a bit disappointing. Ultimately, Im prepared to understand this thing done, improve your health. Luckily, I will have the ability to have an excellent, normal offseason of training. That has been what it came right down to.” (Last updated: July 8)

RHP Tejay Antone (Tommy John surgery)

Expected return: 2023

Antone, who has spent the growing season rehabilitating at the teams complex in Goodyear, Ariz., was with the club during its three-game series vs. the D-backs in Phoenix.

Its been going good. I’m really feeling good, Antone said. Mechanically, Personally i think as effective as I was last season. I still have plenty of fatigue and things like that I must build-up through. With regards to how Personally i think and how my own body is moving, Personally i think phenomenal.

Antone likely to be throwing from the mound in bullpen sessions by the finish of August.

I will be facing some hitters by the finish of September,” he said. “It appears like theyre likely to i want to face some hitters, and shut me down and i want to incomparable the growing season.

Antone had Tommy John surgery performed on his right elbow on Aug. 27, 2021, by team medical director Dr. Tim Kremchek in Cincinnati. It had been Antones second such surgery on the elbow after he also had one as a Leaguer in 2017. (Last updated: June 15)

LHP Justin Wilson (Tommy John surgery)

Expected return:
2023

Wilson underwent successful Tommy John surgery on June 3 after seeking another opinion for his sore left elbow. He felt pain during his last appearance on April 23 vs. the Cardinals. (Last updated: June 3)

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