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Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

As Jimenez starts for Orioles again, Showalter still looking for injury replacement boost

Injuries put every team in a tough spot over the course of a baseball season, but in discussing the ones that have hurt the Orioles recently, manager Buck Showalter conceded that they haven't been able to brush their losses off as well in 2016 as in years past.

CSN Baltimore

Adam Jones says he's getting better and smarter about injuries

Adam Jones is not in the Orioles starting lineup on Monday night because his hamstring isnt better. He says hes getting smarter about handling injuries. 

Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Steve Pearce leaves game after aggravating arm injury; exit said to be precautionary

Orioles outfielder Steve Pearce made his first start in right field Sunday since suffering a strained flexor mass in his right elbow area three weeks ago, and left the game against the New York Yankees after aggravating the injury on a check swing.  Pearce already had recorded an outfield assist...

MASN Sports

Andrew Stetka: A moment to appreciate Adam Jones - Orioles Buzz

It's not all that uncommon these days to hear that a baseball player is dealing with an injury. That's never been truer when it comes to Adam Jones. This isn't a knock on the Orioles center fielder. Major league players...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Jones' hamstring injury opens leadoff door for Schoop - School of Roch

By leading off tonight for the Orioles, Jonathan Schoop has started at eight of the nine spots in the lineup during parts of four seasons in the majors. All he needs is to inherit cleanup duties and he can run the table. Schoop has started 25 games in the second...

MASN Sports

Showalter pregame on Jones' injury, Borbon's addition and more - Steve Melewski

NEW YORK - With center fielder Adam Jones not starting today with a left hamstring strain, the Orioles added outfielder Julio Borbon, who is starting in center field this afternoon. The Orioles selected Borbon's contract from Double-A Bowie and optioned...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Adam Jones aggravates hamstring injury in big loss, but prognosis isn't bad

Center fielder on hamstring injury: "[If] I ain't got my legs as a center fielder, what more do you have?"

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Losing Jones last night and trying to win a game today - School of Roch

A blowout loss to the Yankees won't leave the same mark as losing center fielder Adam Jones to a hamstring injury. That's adding injury to insult and the Orioles simply cannot afford it. It must be a New York thing. If you recall, Jones left a July game in the...

MASN Sports

Adam Jones on his injury and other clubhouse quotes after loss at NY - Steve Melewski

NEW YORK - Well, Manny Machado hit two home runs. Other than that, not a lot went right for the Orioles tonight. This was a disastrous start to a big three-game series in the Bronx as they got hammered 14-4...

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles notebook: Nolan Reimold ready for larger role if needed with Adam Jones ailing

Adam Jones' injury shined a spotlight on reserve outfielder Nolan Reimold on Friday, and could get him more in the fold going forward.

San Francisco Chronicle

Pablo Sandoval doing defensive drills in rehab for Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval doing defensive drills in rehab for Red Sox Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval has started doing defensive drills as part of his rehab program following season-ending left shoulder surgery in May. Angels closer Huston Street had season-ending arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. The Orioles put pitcher Chris Tillman (15-5) on the 15-day disabled list.

Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Wade Miley provides solid start at time of need in win over Nationals

The addition of veteran left-hander Wade Miley earlier this month was intended to bolster the Orioles starting rotation, a group that is now limping toward the regular season's final weeks after the indefinite loss of their most reliable pitcher, ace right-hander Chris Tillman, to a shoulder injury.

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles notes: Darren O'Day on his shoulder rehab and Walter Reed visit; injury roundup

Reliever Darren O’Day, a longtime advocate of the USO, was one of many Orioles players to visit the Walter Reed Medical Center Wednesday morning, spending time with wounded servicemen and women and their families. “We got to visit a lot of servicemen and women, just kind of hang out, meet them,...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Notes on Wieters, Despaigne and more - School of Roch

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he expects catcher Matt Wieters to remain on paternity leave at least through Sunday's game at Camden Yards. Wieters and wife Maria are at the hospital and doctors induced labor this morning. Wieters can stay away from the team for a maximum of three days....

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Chris Tillman over his 'freak' injury, ready to start Saturday

After more than a week out of the Orioles rotation, right-hander Chris Tillman said resting after feeling shoulder discomfort that held him out of his turn in the rotation Wednesday has made "a big difference" and he's ready to start Saturday.

Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Darren O'Day exacerbated shoulder injury by pitching through it in Oakland

Orioles reliever Darren O'Day, speaking for the first time since he went on the disabled list last Saturday with a right rotator cuff strain, said he tried to pitch through the injury earlier this month but believes he made it worse.

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Darren O'Day exacerbated rotator cuff injury by trying to pitch through it in Oakland

Orioles reliever Darren O’Day, speaking for the first time since he went on the disabled list last Saturday with right rotator cuff strain, said he tried to pitch through the injury earlier this month but believes he made it worse. “I felt the pain Monday night [in Oakland on Aug. 8],” O’Day said....

MASN Sports

Darren O'Day on his injury and missing the competion - School of Roch

Orioles reliever Darren O'Day woke up this morning with his right shoulder feeling much better, the improvement significant enough to provide encouragement following updates that noted only how he was "inching along." However, O'Day still hasn't been cleared to throw...

Full Count | WEEI

Eduardo Rodriguez leaves with no-hitter after apparent injury

BALTIMORE — The tough-luck season for Eduardo Rodriguez keeps on hitting roadblocks. The Red Sox starter was forced to exit his outing with nobody out in the fifth inning against the Orioles Tuesday night due to an undisclosed injury. Rodriguez exited the game after looking into the Sox’ dugout following his second pitch of the […]

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Kim getting a rare start against a lefty - School of Roch

A day can't pass for the Orioles without a flurry of injury updates. Outfielder Joey Rickard must keep his right thumb in a split for another two-to-three weeks, but Showalter doesn't want it viewed as a setback. "Everything as it's supposed to be," he said. "Put the splint back on....

San Francisco Chronicle

Joe Nathan returning to Giants

According to Schulman, the Giants aren’t ruling out a call-up before roster limits expand to 40 on Sept. 1. Nathan, who has 377 career saves — eighth all time — returned from a second Tommy John surgery and signed with the Cubs but made just three appearances (no runs) before being designated for assignment in early August. The Giants wouldn’t take a chance with Nathan if they didn’t believe he could improve their bullpen, which experienced a meltdown in Sunday’s loss to the Orioles. The Giants drafted Nathan in the sixth round in 1995 as a shortstop, and he had a breakout...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Random notes from Oakland - School of Roch

OAKLAND - Left-hander T.J. McFarland, in his first game today since going on the disabled list with a left knee injury, didn't allow a run or hit in three innings with the Gulf Coast League Orioles. McFarland, facing the GCL Twins in Fort Myers, walked one batter and struck out...

Baltimore Sun

Just as quickly as he filled one, injury to Steve Pearce could leave major hole in Orioles roster

Outfielder Steve Pearce expressed confidence Sunday that the flexor mass issue in his right elbow would clear up quickly with the help of a cortisone shot, but in both the short and long term, his absence could be one the Orioles struggle to endure. Pearce only arrived last Monday in a trade from...

Baltimore Sun

Orioles outfielder Steve Pearce leaves Sunday's game with arm injury

Orioles outfielder Steve Pearce exited Sunday's game in the fifth inning with an apparent arm injury. The team did not announce an injury.

MASN Sports

Pearce on his injury, Bundy his outing and other Orioles notes & quotes - Steve Melewski

CHICAGO - He has been back with the team for less than a week, but Steve Pearce will now likely miss at least a few games after suffering a strained flexor mass in the right elbow. He got a cortisone...

School of Roch | MASN Sports

Showalter on Miley injury and 5-3 loss - School of Roch

Wade Miley's debut with the Orioles tonight ended after five innings and a shot off his left calf that caused him to limp into the dugout and through the tunnel with head athletic trainer Richie Bancells. However, no X-rays are scheduled and Miley is confident that he'll make his next...

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles' Steve Pearce a new asset against left-handers, but hot hitters still sit

Starting Wednesday, newly-acquired outfielder Steve Pearce is back as a fixture in the Orioles’ lineup against left-handed pitching, owing to his .377 batting average against opposite-side pitching before he returned to Baltimore from the Tampa Bay Rays. However, in inserting he and reserve outfielder...

Tampa Bay Times

Video report: Rays trade Moore, Pearce, Guyer

The Rays were busy Monday trading LHP Matt Moore (to the Giants), Steve Pearce (Orioles) and Brandon Guyer (Indians), and our Will Vragovic did a good job keeping up to compile this video report: