Hannahan's repaired right shoulder 'feeling good'

Hannahan's repaired right shoulder 'feeling good'

CINCINNATI -- Injured Reds third baseman Jack Hannahan, on the 60-day disabled list as he recovers from October right shoulder surgery, was on the field throwing at Great American Ball Park on Monday. Hannahan had been at the team's player development complex in Goodyear, Ariz., until Sunday.

"It's been feeling good," said Hannahan, who had a torn labrum repaired. "A lot better this go-around than the last go-around. I'm up to two sessions at 110 feet and it's feeling pretty good."

Hannahan had started hitting during Spring Training, but he was shut down after a setback. There was no timetable on how long before he could begin a rehab assignment.

"I need to be consistent at 120 [feet] and feeling good and then we'll throw some balls across the diamond," Hannahan said. "I haven't swung a bat yet. That will probably come after that."

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