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Reds' Nick Lodolo: Throwing again, not close to return

Manager David Bell said Sunday that Lodolo (back) has been cleared to restart a throwing program but won't be ready to rejoin the rotation in the near future, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. On a positive note, Lodolo appears to be progressing in his recovery from a back...
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: Pausing throwing program

Reds manager David Bell said Tuesday that Lodolo (back) won't throw for at least the next week, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Lodolo had previously been expected to return from the injured list back on May 7, but those plans wound up being scrapped after he continued to feel sore. He played catch late last week, but that evidently didn't go well, either, so he'll rest for a week before the Reds determine a new timeline for his recovery. He'll need to build back up after that shutdown period, so he won't be in contention to return as soon as that week is over.
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: Playing catch Thursday

Lodolo (back) was playing catch ahead of Thursday's game at Pittsburgh, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Lodolo was expected to be activated from the injured list and rejoin the rotation last weekend, but his return ended up being pushed back. It's unclear where exactly the 24-year-old currently stands in his recovery, but it's still good news to at least see him playing catch. Lodolo doesn't have an official timeline for his return.
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: No timetable for return

Lodolo (back) was examined Friday night and it was determined he wasn't ready to rejoin the rotation, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. According to manager David Bell, there is no timetable for his return. Back issues can be tricky, especially with tall pitchers like Lodolo, who is 6-foot-6. He was originally going to get a great matchup this weekend against the Pirates, but now it's unclear when he will be ready to rejoin the rotation. We should get a clearer idea whenever he resumes a throwing program.
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: Not starting this weekend

Lodolo (back) will not make a start this weekend against the Pirates after Friday's game was postponed and the rotation was pushed back, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. This is a tough break for those who started Lodolo this week in hopes of taking advantage of a good...
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Reds notes: How Tyler Stephenson bounced back from third concussion; Nick Lodolo on track

MILWAUKEE –– Last week, when Cincinnati Reds catcher Tyler Stephenson was in concussion protocol, he went onto the field for batting practice before one of the Reds games against the St. Louis Cardinals. When he tried tracking the ball off the bat, Stephenson said he felt dizziness and nausea.  It was a reminder of how difficult the process is when you’re coming back from a concussion. ...
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: On track to start Saturday

Lodolo (back) is penciled in to return from the 10-day injured list to start the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Pirates, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Lodolo has been on the IL for the past week due to a lower-back strain, but he should be able...
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Reds place Nick Lodolo on injured list

The Reds are losing another starter to the injured list, as the team announced this morning that rookie left-hander Nick Lodolo is headed to the 10-day IL. He is dealing with a lower back strain, per Charlie Goldsmith of the Cincinnati Enquirer (Twitter link). Infielder Mike Moustakas was reinstated from the 10-day IL in a corresponding move, and he is back in the Reds’ lineup as the designated hitter for Thursday’s game.
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3 possible replacements for the injured Nick Lodolo in the Reds starting rotation

2. The Reds could use relievers only on Saturday. A likely scenario that may unfold on Saturday could be David Bell choosing to go with a bullpen-game and allow a bevy of relievers to pitch the nine innings. One would assume that either Luis Cessa or Jeff Hoffman would draw the "start" and be followed by several other relievers after the third inning.
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Reds' Nick Lodolo: Shelved with back strain

The Reds placed Lodolo on the 10-day injured list Thursday with a lower-back strain, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The transaction is retroactive to Monday, so he'll be eligible to return from the IL as soon as May 5 if he makes a swift recovery from the back issue. Though the Reds haven't indicated the injury is a long-term concern, it's nonetheless a disappointing development for the rookie lefty, who rebounded from a rough MLB debut April 13 against the Guardians by submitting a 3.37 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 15:2 K:BB in 10.2 innings between his last two starts.
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Nick Lodolo Could Be The BEST Pitcher In Cincinnati – Pitch Breakdown

Nick Lodolo picked up a well-earned win against the Cardinals on Sunday, the first of his MLB career. Watch Nick analyze Lodolo’s start in today’s Pitch Breakdown:. Watch all of the Pitch Breakdowns on YouTube: Youtube.com/c/pitcherlist. Watch them get created live on Twitch 9-11am EST Monday through Friday:...
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