by Adam Moore | CBSSports.com (4/26/2013) As expected, the Reds activated relief pitcher Sean Marshall(shoulder) from the 15-day disabled list Friday, the team announced. Cincinnati deactivated reliever Manny Parra to make room for Marshall on the 25-man roster.
Sean Marshall could be activated Friday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com (4/25/2013) Reds manager Dusty Baker said Thursday that relief pitcher Sean Marshall could be activated from the disabled list Friday, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Marshall, who is recovering from shoulder tendinitis, threw a scoreless inning Wednesday at Triple-A.
Marshall has pitched one scoreless inning for the Reds this season.
Sean Marshall to pitch again at Triple-A Wednesday
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (4/23/2013) Reds reliever Sean Marshall (shoulder) said he feels great after his first rehab outing Monday for Triple-A Louisville, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Marshall, who threw a scoreless inning and struck out two, will pitch again for Louisville Wednesday.
Sean Marshall works scoreless rehab stint
by Ed Gauna | CBSSports.com (4/22/2013) Reds reliever Sean Marshall, on the 15-day disabled list, began his rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville on Monday. He worked a scoreless inning, striking out two of the three batters he faced.
Marshall is eligible to come off the DL Tuesday but manager Dusty Baker told MLB.com the left-hander could need more work as he recovers from shoulder tendinitis.
"There could be some more [rehab games]," Baker said. "Usually one is not enough. You've got to do a day in between, then usually a back-to-back. We'll see how he comes out of this. Just the fact that he went out is a positive sign."
Sean Marshall ready for rehab assignment
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com (4/22/2013) Reds reliever Sean Marshall will pitch in a rehab game Monday at Triple-A Louisville, and hopes to be activated Tuesday.
Marshall has been dealing with shoulder tendinitis this year, and has been on the disabled list since early April. As long as Marshall feels good after his Monday appearance, he should re-join the major-league club Tuesday.
Sean Marshall plans next step
by Bill Passonno | CBSSports.com (4/20/2013) Reds pitcher Sean Marshall (shoulder) completed his second bullpen session Saturday since landing on the disabled list and will decide if he will require a minor-league rehab assignment, MLB.com reports. Marshall has been sidelined since April 8 with left shoulder tendinitis and is eligible to return Tuesday.
"Some pitching would be good," he said. "Here, there or wherever. I just need to get back on the mound and throw some pitches that matter. My arm has been feeling great and really strong. My arm strength is really good, especially in the long-toss sessions I've had and the bullpen."
Sean Marshall expected to return Tuesday
by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com (4/17/2013) Reds reliever Sean Marshall, on the disabled list with a shoulder injury, is expected to return Tuesday, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Marshall went on the disabled list last weekend with shoulder tendonitis. He may or may not go on a rehab assignment, but either way, he is eligible to return beginning Tuesday and should do so.
Reds place Sean Marshall on disabled list
by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com (4/10/2013) The Reds have placed left-handed reliever Sean Marshall on the disabled list with left shoulder tendinitis, MLB.com reports.
Sean Marshall has pitched just once since March 22, a scoreless inning on April 7. He had been dealing with shoulder soreness for the majority of spring training and the first week of the regular season. The Reds called up Logan Ondrusek to replace him.
Marshall suffered shoulder fatigue towards the end of spring training and has made just one appearance, throwing a scoreless inning Sunday.
"We're still a little worried about Marshall," Baker said. "He's not right yet."
Sean Marshall throws scoreless inning in first appearance
by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com (4/7/2013)Sean Marshall threw a scoreless inning with a strikeout in his first appearance of the season for the Reds Sunday.
There was concern Marshall would be required to go on the disabled list with shoulder fatigue. Sunday was his first time pitching in a game since March 22. Marshall made it through the inning without incident and should be set for a regular relief schedule.
If Marshall doesn't appear Sunday, the Reds will be able to backdate his appearance by 15 days, and as such he could be activated as soon as he's healthy. Clay Hensley and Logan Ondrusek are potential callup options if the Reds decide to place Marshall on the disabled list.
Reds expect Sean Marshall to be ready Sunday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com (4/6/2013) Reds relief pitcher Sean Marshall has yet to pitch in a regular-season game this year, but manager Dusty Baker expects Marshall to be ready Sunday, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Baker also said that Marshall probably could have pitched in Saturday's 7-6, extra-innings loss to Washington.
Marshall has been dealing with shoulder fatigue.
No sign of Sean Marshall yet
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com (4/6/2013) Despite telling reporters that he would return to the mound Friday against the Nationals, Reds pitcher Sean Marshall remained on the sidelines.
Marshall is dealing with shoulder fatigue, and has yet to appear in any of the team's first four games. Marshall has been dealing with fatigue since the spring.
Marshall has proven to be a solid reliever when healthy in recent years, posting three straight seasons with an ERA below 3.00.
'Ailing' Sean Marshall expects to pitch Friday
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (4/4/2013) Reds manager Dusty Baker said Wednesday reliever Sean Marshall is "ailing," which is why he wasn't available for the first two games, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Baker said Marshall has shoulder fatigue.
Marshall was eased off at the end of spring, but he expects to be able to pitch Friday against the Nationals. Marshall had a 2.57 ERA and 1.57 WHIP in seven spring appearances. He also struck out nine in seven innings.
Marshall blows late lead
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (8/21/2012) Cincinnati relief pitcher Sean Marshall blew his fourth save of the year during Tuesday's contest against the Phillies. Marshall, who came on for Homer Bailey with a 3-1 lead, allowed a two-run single to Jimmy Rollins in the seventh inning to tie the game. He allowed one hit and issued a walk over two-thirds of an inning as his runs were credited to Bailey on the night. His ERA is now at 2.66 on the year,