Latest Update Bailey had successful surgery Friday to repair torn tendon in right forearm. Fri Sep, 05, 03:30 PM
Has a bulldog mentality on the mound. His mid-90's heat is nasty, especially when combined with his tremendous curveball. Is at his best when pitching low in the strike zone. Can be dominant at times.
Flaws: : His control is still spotty at times, and he also can surrender a few too many taters. Can be a bit maddening for managers and pitching coaches, since he isn't always as good as his stuff suggests he is.
We're happy for Bailey that the surgery went well. He's still a question mark for the start of spring training next season.Analyst: Howard Bender
If you didn't think Bailey's season was officially over, take this as a sure-sign that it is. There hasn't been a timetable set for his recovery, but there is a distinct possibility that it could affect his status for the start of spring training. We'll wait until the doctors get in there and assess the damage though before assigning value to Bailey for 2015.Analyst: Howard Bender
Bailey was placed on the Reds 60-Day DL and is done for the season making him useless to those in non keeper leagues.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
And that officially closes the door on Bailey's season. He's been dealing with forearm soreness caused by a problem with his flexor mass tendon and his most recent MRI did not show any improvement since he went on the DL. The Reds will get a roster spot back with the move, but now there's obvious concern that Bailey may need surgery.Analyst: Howard Bender