Bailey (forearm) is back on a throwing protocol but may not be ready for Opening Day, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. "I donít know that itíll be Opening Day, but it wonít be May either," said manager Bryan Price.
Votto (quadriceps) was a full participant in team drills Tuesday, the first one with the entire team. "I felt really good, it's nice to be back," Votto said. "It's nice to be able to do what I want to do in terms of baseball, be able to swing, to be able to run. I think it'll take a little bit of time to take it off the back of my mind and just be able to play -- to be able to play without too much concern."
Marshall has inflammation in his pitching shoulder and has been shut down in his throwing program. "I was probably a couple of weeks from finishing my throwing program before I got out here," Marshall said. "I repeated my long-toss part every day and I started getting some cuff inflammation. I got here and noticed it, and they slowed me down a little bit until I was 100 percent healthy before advancing to flat ground and mound work. They kind of shut me down. I'm doing more stability stuff and my shoulder feels great the last couple of days. I am just waiting for the green light to resume my long-toss program."
Votto (quadriceps) arrived to Reds camp Saturday, ahead of Monday's full-squad report date, and said he feels "good," MLB.com reports. "I haven't gone through the evaluation process with the strength staff and the [physical therapy] staff and the doctor and obviously, the baseball people," Votto said when asked if he is 100 percent without limitation. "If I get a couple of days under my belt and get the evals done, I think we'll have a better idea of where we're at."
The Reds confirmed that they'll have Iglesias begin spring training as a starter, though they're still leaving open the possibility that he'll be on the big league club as a reliever, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Marshall (shoulder) might not be ready to return by Opening Day. "We've slowed down his throwing to make sure everything is OK," manager Bryan Price said. "We hope that's to pick up here in the next couple of days."
Bailey (forearm) was feeling fine Thursday as he prepared for his first day of spring training Thursday, though he's not where he would normally be in his throwing program, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.