Mat Latos (knee) tossed his first bullpen session of the spring on Wednesday in Reds camp.
Mat Latos (knee) is scheduled to throw his first bullpen session of the spring on Wednesday.
Mat Latos (knee) could throw off a mound this week.
Mat Latos admitted that he suffered a "simple flare-up" with his surgically-repaired left knee while doing exercises.
Mat Latos (knee) said Sunday that he's feeling "fantastic" after doing stretches and some workouts with his Reds teammates.
Mat Latos threw for 10 minutes from 45 feet Wednesday, five days after having surgery on his left knee.
One day after undergoing surgery on his left knee, Mat Latos was walking without crutches at Reds camp.
Mat Latos underwent surgery Friday to repair a tear in the meniscus of his left knee.
Mat Latos said his elbow feels better than it has in the past four years, reports C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Mat Latos underwent surgery on October 11 to remove bone chips from his right elbow.
Reds manager Dusty Baker said Tuesday that Mat Latos has seen a "miraculous improvement" with his right elbow.
Mat Latos said Monday that the soreness he's dealing with is due to bone chips in his pitching elbow.
Reds manager Dusty Baker said Sunday that he's hopeful Mat Latos (arm) will be ready to pitch on Thursday if the club wins Tuesday's Wild Card game.
Mat Latos was the hard-luck loser in a 1-0 game Wednesday after pitching seven innings against the Mets.