It's like Reds pitching coach Bryan Price has been given the fastest car on the lot. Now, he has to figure out how far he can drive it without breaking it down.

The Reds are going to get Aroldis Chapman ready as a starter. But Chapman is coming off a year in which he threw 71 2/3 innings. Big jumps in innings often lead to injuries for young starters.

Chapman will be on an innings limit. But how many?

"That's a great question," Price said. "I don't think there's an absolute. You have to have a plan and hope works. Any time you have a young pitcher and he's going to surpass his inning total, there's going to be questions if he gets hurt.