Reynolds to begin throwing, lightly; ‘Q’ has MCL sprain
Rockies right-hander Greg Reynolds, who suffered a bone chip in his right elbow after being hit by a line drive early in camp, said he will throw “light and easy” — at about 45 feet. Reynolds, who dealt with shoulder problems last year and never pitched in the Majors, was making dramatic progress before the freak injury.
An MRI confirmed a left medial collateral ligament sprain for non-roster infielder Omar Quintanilla. He will miss a month.