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Reed (shoulder) still has not thrown from a mound this spring, the Arizona Republic reports.

As a reliever, Reed may only need a couple of weeks to prepare for the season, but the longer he goes without beginning the process of working his way into game situations, the more likely it becomes that he will need a stint on the disabled list to begin the season. Currently, Evan Marshall and Oliver Perez are the only two healthy locks to open the season in the Arizona bullpen.

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Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale was a little bit more cautious about Reed's shoulder status than Reed's remarks on Sunday, the Arizona Republic reports. "The worst thing we can do is say you've only thrown two or three times now and we're going to open the season," Hale said. "If that's the case, then he may have to start on the DL. We're a long way away from that. We'll see how many outings it's going to take for him to feel comfortable and for us to feel comfortable with how he's throwing the ball."

Reed earlier said that he would be ready for Opening Day, but he's going to need to hit the benchmarks set by the team first. The first of those is to throw off a mound, which won't happen for at least a couple more weeks.

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Reed said soreness in his shoulder has completely subsided, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports. He will be able to throw off a mound in about two weeks and is still expected to be ready for Opening Day.

Reed's soreness started early in spring training after a bullpen session. It appears the issue isn't too serious, as he should be fine for Opening Day barring a setback. The 26-year-old is slated as the Diamondbacks closer again in 2015 after posting a 4.25 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 32 saves in 38 chances last season.

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Reed experienced some soreness during a recent throwing session and will be kept off the mound for a couple days, Steve Gilbert of MLB.com reports.Manager Chip Hale was adamant that it's just normal soreness and no injury is in play, but it's still somewhat disconcerting that he's having arm issues at this stage of spring training. The 26-year-old Reed posted a 4.25 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 69:15 K:BB with 32 saves last season, his first with Arizona, and will open 2015 in the ninth-inning role, health permitting.

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Reed has settled with the Diamondbacks on a one-year, $4.875 million deal to avoid arbitration, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports.Reed would be making more, but he allowed an awful 1.67 home runs per nine innings in 2014, ballooning his ERA to 4.25. He still makes money in arbitration because he got saves, but there's a decent chance he's not closing late this season if the long ball issues continue.

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Reed pitched a perfect ninth inning, striking out two to get the save in the Diamondbacks' 5-2 win over the Cardinals on Saturday.

It was Reed's first save since Aug. 29., a span lasting eight appearances. He's had a rough September, posting a 9.00 ERA and raising his season ERA to 4.32. However, he's settled from a few rough appearances last week.

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Reed (1-7) was tagged with his seventh blown save and a loss Thursday in Colorado, as he allowed a walk-off two-run homer to Wilin Rosario in the ninth.

A brutal result for Reed, who's given up a stunning 11 homers in 57.1 innings this year. He's also allowed two runs in three consecutive appearances, so it could be that he's just fatigued at this point in what's been a tremendously difficult season for the Diamondbacks as a whole.

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Reed allowed two runs on two hits and two walks in the ninth inning of the Diamondbacks' 4-2 loss to the Giants on Wednesday.

Reed hasn't had a save opportunity this month, but he's fared pretty bad in his appearances. Wednesday's outing was the second straight two-run performance. He's allowed four runs and 10 hits in his last four appearances. His 10.38 in September suggests he's in a major slump.

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Reed allowed two runs on four hits in a non-save opportunity in the ninth inning of the Diamondbacks' 8-6 win over the Padres on Sunday.

Reed has been strong most of the season, but he's allowed a run in two of three outings. The four hits are tied for the most against Reed this season. He hasn't recorded a save since Aug. 29.

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Reed gave up a run on three hits in a non-save situation Wednesday versus the Giants.

Reed was called on to work the eighth inning with Arizona down 4-0. The right-hander hadn't pitched in a week due to a lack of save opportunities for the skidding Diamondbacks.