Injuries & Roster Moves: Kremer recalled

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Keep track of the Orioles' recent transactions and injury updates throughout the season.


June 14: RHP recalled from Triple-A Norfolk
The righty will make his 10th start of the season for the Orioles, and his first since May 25 in a loss to the Twins. He has made two starts for the Tides since being optioned on May 26. In those two starts, he allowed five runs (four earned) across 8 2/3 innings.

June 13: RHP optioned to Norfolk
Lakins allowed two runs in one-third of an inning in Sunday’s 7-1 loss at Tampa Bay. His departure cleared roster space for Monday’s starter, Dean Kremer.

June 11: OF Austin Hays reinstated from 10-day injured list
Sidelined since May 24 with a strained left hamstring, Hays has been limited to 32 games this season due to hamstring injuries. He’s hitting .252 with five homers and a .774 OPS (113 OPS+) in those contests.

June 11: RHP clears waivers, optioned to Norfolk
The veteran right-hander pitched to an 8.55 ERA in 20 appearances before he was designated for assignment on June 4. He owns a career 4.65 ERA over parts of seven big league seasons with three teams.

June 10: OF Ryan McKenna optioned to Norfolk
The Orioles optioned McKenna to clear roster space for returning left fielder Austin Hays. The rookie McKenna is hitting .195 without a home run in 33 big league games in 2021.


10-day IL

LHP (left shoulder strain)
Expected return: TBD
Means underwent imaging after exiting his June 5 start against the Indians with left shoulder fatigue. An MRI exam revealed a strain but no structural damage. Means will be sidelined at least seven to 10 days with the issue. (Last updated: June 6)

60-day IL

INF/OF (left wrist fracture)
Expected return: Late 2021
The Orioles officially placed Martin, who fractured his left wrist May 18, on the 60-day injured list Monday to free up a 40-man roster spot. This was essentially a paper move, given Martin is expected to be sidelined for several months. He last appeared in the Majors in 2019. (Last updated: May 31)

RHP (Tommy John surgery)
Expected return
The Minor League right-hander underwent successful surgery on Wednesday. The surgery was performed by Dr. Keith Meister in Dallas, Texas. (Last updated: May 27)

1B (hip surgery)
Expected return
: 2022
Davis injured his back in his first Spring Training game and never appeared in the regular season for the Orioles in 2021. He underwent arthroscopic hip labrum surgery on May 18 and is not expected back until 2022, the last year of his seven-year, $161 million contract. (Last updated: May 25)