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Injuries & Roster Moves: Means eyes break

June 19, 2021

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

No structural damage to Means' shoulder

Orioles' ace right-hander placed on 10-day injured list on Sunday
@JoeTrezz
June 6, 2021

BALTIMORE -- It appears John Means has avoided the worst, even if he could not avoid the injured list. Means and the Orioles both breathed a sigh of relief Sunday when an MRI exam on Means’ left shoulder revealed no structural damage, according to manager Brandon Hyde. Means will nonetheless

Means exits start in 1st with shoulder injury

@savjaye
June 5, 2021

BALTIMORE -- After allowing his third career leadoff home run to Cesar Hernandez, John Means tried to shake off his rocky start in Saturday’s 10-4 loss to the Indians at Oriole Park. However, after recording two outs, he gave up a second solo homer to Harold Ramirez over the wall

Mancini 'feeling a lot better' after HBP

@ladsonbill24
May 28, 2021

The Orioles dodged a major hit, according to manager Brandon Hyde. First baseman Trey Mancini and outfielder/designated hitter Ryan Mountcastle are recovering nicely from their injuries. Mancini left Thursday night's 5-1 loss to the White Sox in the bottom of the first inning after being hit on the right elbow

Mancini (right elbow bruise) exits after HBP

@ladsonbill24
May 28, 2021

Orioles first baseman Trey Mancini left Thursday night's 5-1 loss to the White Sox in the bottom of the first inning after being hit on the right elbow by a pitch from White Sox right-hander Dylan Cease in the series opener at Guaranteed Rate Field. X-rays taken were negative and

Chris Davis out for year after hip surgery

@JoeTrezz
May 19, 2021

BALTIMORE -- Chris Davis has yet to play for the Orioles in 2021. He won’t. Davis underwent arthroscopic hip surgery on Wednesday that will sideline him through the end of the season, Orioles general manager and executive vice president Mike Elias announced. Dr. Mark Muller performed the operation in Dallas,

Santander set for rehab assignment

@HarriganMLB
May 13, 2021

Anthony Santander could be nearing his return from a sprained left ankle. The Orioles outfielder is set to begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Bowie on Friday. Santander, who last played for Baltimore on April 20, will split time between the outfield and designated hitter over the next few days.

Galvis dealing with sore left adductor/groin

Orioles add Valaika for middle-infield depth, option OF McKenna
@JoeTrezz
April 27, 2021

Freddy Galvis has been the Orioles' most durable player in the early going, starting each of their 22 games at shortstop, including Monday's 4-2 win over the Yankees. But that streak is nearing its conclusion. Galvis was removed with left adductor/groin soreness before the top of the third inning Monday,

Notes: Akin's kitchen mishap; alt. site update

@JoeTrezz
April 24, 2021

Two factors played into the Orioles’ decision to tab veteran lefty Wade LeBlanc for Saturday’s start against the A’s: LeBlanc’s vast experience -- having started 120 games across 13 big league seasons, including six for the Orioles in 2020 -- as well as an injury to a top prospect at

Santander to IL (ankle); McKenna recalled

@JoeTrezz
April 21, 2021

The Orioles welcomed one outfielder, Austin Hays, back from the injured list on Tuesday against the Marlins, but they quickly lost another. Baltimore is bracing to be without Anthony Santander for at least several weeks after the right fielder suffered a left ankle sprain early in its 7-5 victory over

Notes: Outlook for offense; Hays on mend

@ladsonbill24
April 16, 2021

One of the reasons the Orioles lost eight out of 10 games entering Friday is because of a sputtering offense. The Orioles entered the weekend 25th in the Major Leagues in batting average (.218) and 28th in OPS (.641). They were 23-for-100 with runners in scoring position. Orioles manager Brandon

O's activate DJ Stewart off injured list

@JoeTrezz
April 11, 2021

The Orioles bolstered their outfield depth on Saturday by activating DJ Stewart from the 10-day injured list. Sidelined since March 5 with a left hamstring strain, Stewart went 1-for-3 with a double and walk in his Saturday return to the lineup in the O's 6-4 loss to the Red Sox

Hays to IL (hamstring); McKenna arrives

@JoeTrezz
April 5, 2021

The Orioles arrived at Yankee Stadium on Monday riding high after their opening-series sweep of the Red Sox, but under the realization they’ll need to press forward without one of their most dynamic players. The club placed Austin Hays on the 10-day injured list prior to Monday’s series opener, one

Hays exits in third with hamstring injury

@JoeTrezz
April 4, 2021

The Orioles used a seven-run third inning to build a double-digit lead over the Red Sox early on Easter Sunday en route to an 11-3 win and a season-opening sweep at Fenway Park. But it didn’t come without some injury concern. That concern centered on left fielder Austin Hays, who

Santander hampered by minor oblique issue

Harvey to start 2nd game of season; LeBlanc open to any role with O's
@JoeTrezz
March 27, 2021

A minor oblique issue has kept outfielder Anthony Santander out of the Orioles' lineup this week, manager Brandon Hyde confirmed before Saturday’s 8-5 loss to the Braves. The issue, which Hyde characterized as precautionary, has sidelined Santander for the past four games, with Opening Day less than a week away.

Notes: Mountcastle out; Kremer; Lowther

@JoeTrezz
March 24, 2021

The Orioles have played Ryan Mountcastle regularly in left field this spring, prepping the rookie for everyday reps at the position in 2021. His short-term status is now uncertain. Mountcastle was scratched from the Orioles’ lineup Wednesday night with what manager Brandon Hyde called “a non-physical injury.” Tyler Nevin instead

Chris Davis (back strain) likely headed to IL

@JoeTrezz
March 22, 2021

From the time a lumbar strain sidelined Chris Davis near the start of Orioles camp, the possibility existed that the injury would force Davis to begin the year on the injured list. Now that’s looking more and more probable. O's manager Brandon Hyde said Monday the team is considering opening

Félix H. dealing with right elbow discomfort

@JoeTrezz
March 16, 2021

In an injury that potentially throws a wrench into the Orioles' rotation plans, right-hander Félix Hernández left Tuesday’s 7-1 loss to the Rays due to right elbow discomfort, said general manager/executive vice president Mike Elias. Hernández exited after striking out two over a scoreless first inning, then he was replaced

Notes: Harvey's oblique injury; camp cuts

@JoeTrezz
March 12, 2021

SARASOTA, Fla. -- To a man, the Orioles and Hunter Harvey came into camp with the same goal for the hard-throwing right-hander: To get through the spring healthy. That did not happen. His arm, however, is fine. The O's breathed a relative sigh of relief after learning Harvey left Friday’s

Santander's 'main goal is to be healthy'

@JoeTrezz
February 23, 2021

It was a busy winter for Orioles right fielder Anthony Santander, who spent it in Miami, rehabbing a serious left oblique injury, blocking out trade rumors and challenging the organization in arbitration. Stressful? Hardly. The affable slugger was all smiles Tuesday, when he spoke publicly for the first time since

Mancini a full-go: 'I feel just like I did before'

@JoeTrezz
February 22, 2021

In Trey Mancini's mind, his comeback won't be truly complete until Opening Day, until he's back on the field again for real, until what he does between the white lines matters. Since beating Stage 3 colon cancer late last year, Mancini has eyed Opening Day 2021 as his intended return

RHP Baumler, '20 Draft pick, has TJ surgery

O's outright four players on 40-man roster, ink five to Minors deals
@JoeTrezz
November 2, 2020

The Orioles completed an instructional camp at their Sarasota, Fla., complex this week that, by most measures, they consider a necessary and resounding success. But it was not immune to the injury bug. Right-hander Carter Baumler, the club’s No. 18 prospect per MLB Pipeline, underwent Tommy John surgery to replace

Evan Phillips hits IL; elbow prognosis positive

@JoeTrezz
September 23, 2020

Cautiously optimistic they avoided the worst, the Orioles placed Evan Phillips on the 10-day injured list Wednesday after testing revealed inflammation in the reliever’s right elbow. The transaction came a day after Phillips was removed from an 8-3 loss to the Red Sox due to discomfort in the elbow. “We’re

O's continue inauspicious trend in loss to Sox

Reliever Phillips (elbow) exits on sour note following positive outings
@JoeTrezz
September 23, 2020

For all the improvement the Orioles have witnessed in the batter’s box and on the mound in 2020, one area in particular that has lagged behind as this 60-game season sprinted toward its conclusion: the defense. Despite bright spots like Cedric Mullins in center field and José Iglesias when healthy

Iglesias an early exit as O's fall again to Rays

X-rays negative, but wrist contusion another ailment for vet shortstop
@JoeTrezz
September 19, 2020

From back to quad to shin issues, José Iglesias has played through bumps and bruises all season. It remains to be seen if he’ll be able to persevere through this latest injury. The Orioles' shortstop was removed from Saturday’s 3-1 loss to the Rays immediately after being hit in the