Lorenzen appears to still be in the running for the Reds' fifth starter job to begin the season, MLB.com reports. "There's chances we can do a lot of finagling with the roster before that [April 12] start," manager Bryan Price said. "We'll just have to see what options we have. We still haven't made our decision on who that guy [for the fifth rotation spot] is going to be."
Bailey (forearm) allowed one earned run on three hits and two walks, with four strikeouts over three innings, in a minor league game Friday. "[It felt] pretty good," Bailey told MLB.com. "We were able to get our three innings in under 45 pitches, bounce back between innings fairly well, things were on the right track."
Cueto (personal) gave up two earned runs on five hits, with no walks and four strikeouts over five innings, in a minor league game against the Dodgers on Friday. "I thought I was going to be a little wild and stuff like that, but no, everything felt pretty good," Cueto told MLB.com. "I was trying to throw the ball down and I was effective. So I was very pleased with my start."