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MLB Injury News:
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Ryan Ludwick
continues to be
sidelined by a groin injury, and the team figures to be “extra cautious” with
the slugger since they’ve already clinched the National League Central, reports
"I want to make sure I'm
right before I go out there, because I don't want it to be wrong for the next
month," Ludwick said. "I feel like I'm right around the corner. I
still feel a little bit in there. I don't feel it's smart with the situation
we're in to push it."
Sheldon notes that Ludwick could rejoin the Reds for their
weekend series against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The 34-year-old was able to take full batting practice yesterday and he’s
been doing running and agility drills.
Ludwick has revived his career with the Reds this season, as
he’s hit .276/.349/.532 with 25 doubles and 26 home runs over 410 at-bats.
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Bailey's stat line was 9 innings, 0 hits, 1 walk, 10 strikeouts, in 115 pitches.
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