Hyde 'concerned' after Galvis (quad) exits

June 27th, 2021

Orioles shortstop exited with right quad discomfort in the second inning of Saturday’s 12-4 loss to the Blue Jays at Sahlen Field in Buffalo, N.Y.

Galvis was limping noticeably as he made his way to first base on a bunt single. He could be seen gripping his right thigh as he left the field.

“Yeah, I’m concerned,” manager Brandon Hyde said. “Just kind of the way it happened and how he felt following.”

Hyde said the Orioles are awaiting the results of Galvis' MRI to learn the full extent of the injury.

Galvis, who is hitting .249 in 249 at-bats, has been one of Baltimore’s most durable players this season. He has appeared in all but five of the team’s 77 games, including Saturday’s contest.