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Latos rests injured ankle; Arroyo, Parra back in action


GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- Starting pitcher Mat Latos hurt his right ankle while running on Saturday. Although Latos took part in Sunday's workout with the club, he did not participate in drills with the other pitchers on Monday.

"It's better to get hurt early than in the last week of spring," Reds manager Dusty Baker said.

Another starting pitcher, Bronson Arroyo, returned to participating in drills on Monday after missing several days with flu-like symptoms.

Reliever Manny Parra also returned to pitching after being bothered by a sore neck.

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