"I'm at full go," Marshall said on Friday as Reds camp opened. "I had a nice offseason. I did a lot of stuff to keep the shoulder strong and stable. So far, I've thrown off the mound twice. I've been building my arm strength up in January. I'm feeling good. I'll throw in the bullpen with the guys [Saturday]."
Marshall is behind schedule, compared to past Spring Trainings, but that is by design.
"I think last year, I had five or six bullpens before I got here, just because I wanted to feel fresh and strong," Marshall said. "I'll take it a little slower this year in Spring Training and peak at the right time, instead of a week and a half before camp ends and injure yourself."
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