Reds Hunter Greene throws a simulated game (video) Doug Gray March 27, 2019 7 Comments On the last day that I was out in Goodyear for Cincinnati Reds spring training, top pitching prospect Hunter Greene was throwing to hitters on a field as the other teams were playing live games. Greene, who was shut down late last July with a torn UCL in his pitching elbow, opted for rehab rather than Tommy John surgery and is still working his way back as a part of that rehab process. Hunter Greene is not being held back in terms of throwing at 100% effort. He, however, is still working his way back from an injury and isn’t going to be ready to begin the season with a club – as was reported last week. The video isn’t great – you can’t see the catcher or the strikezone because of the cage. But it seemed appropriate to record the video from this angle than to go to the side angle. Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditPocket 7 Responses Simon Cowell March 27, 2019 Was he wearing a monitor sleeve that you could tell? The Duke March 27, 2019 I would guess that he stays in EST through April and then goes to Daytona to start May and then pitches on a normal schedule and pitch count for the rest of the season. I remember reading somewhere that his target for innings this year was 120 Doug Gray March 27, 2019 The 120 inning thing was from MLB Pipeline. Well, I guess you could have seen it elsewhere, but I know that they also had it. Dollar Bill March 28, 2019 Green will end up under the knife. Another Reds closer in the making . Hopefully Johnson can do what the Reds have been unable to do with Chapman and Iglesias. Could end up being like Travesio and Howard . Big Ed March 27, 2019 Was Derek Johnson there to observe? Has a Johnson worked with Greene at all, from what you’ve heard? Doug Gray March 27, 2019 He was not there. The Reds were playing a game at the time. Dick Williams was there to watch, along with some others in the organization. NLP March 28, 2019 Good to see him throwing a simulated video game!