Until Monday, Bray had yet to see action in the regular season. His season debut came in relief of Homer Bailey during the Reds' 7-1 loss to the Cardinals. Bray pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings, allowing one walk and recording two strikeouts.
"You can't get those innings I missed in Spring Training back, because there is no situation where it doesn't count anymore," Bray said. "But I feel good. Am I throwing all of my pitches? Yes. I feel like I am ready.
"I can do whatever they need me to do. We have a good bullpen, especially with [Aroldis] Chapman and [Sean] Marshall. We've got a great starting staff. Whatever they want me for, I am happy to do."