Bailey travels to NY for throwing program

Bailey travels to NY for throwing program

NEW YORK -- Injured Reds starting pitcher Homer Bailey flew into New York from Cincinnati on Tuesday to continue his throwing program. Bailey threw again on flat ground at distances of up to 120 feet. He also threw using some pitching motion from 60 feet.

"It feels all right," Bailey said. "It's getting back into throwing shape, I guess you could say."

Bailey, who has been on the disabled list since May 24 because of right shoulder inflammation, is expected to throw off the mound during the next series in Philadelphia.

"I have a schedule, but I don't have that schedule with me. I brought an iPad, but not the schedule," Bailey joked. "It's such a slow, slow process. If you go too fast, you go right back to Square 1."