Orioles being patient with Schoop's recovery
Second baseman sidelined since April 18 with sprained right knee
BALTIMORE -- Jonathan Schoop was in Baltimore for the Orioles' doubleheader on Sunday, but there are no imminent plans to activate the second baseman from the disabled list.
"Not necessarily, we still have days there [on his rehab]," manager Buck Showlater said when asked if Schoop would be added on Monday. "It depends on other things that go on today. I wouldn't say it's a given."
The O's are in no rush to make a roster move, and they could send Schoop to Triple-A to continue his rehab assignment. Schoop has been sidelined since mid-April with a right knee injury, but has gotten favorable reports at Double-A Bowie and has been working with vice president of baseball operations Brady Anderson.