Attended Bowling Green University…Batted .360 with 20 home runs and 62 RBI in his final season with the Falcons and was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year in 2005…Selected by the Orioles in the second round of the 2005 First-Year Player Draft out of Bowling Green State University…Married, wife's name is Jenny…The couple has four daughters: Emma, Mary Clare, Maggie, and Charlotte…Reimold has two stepchildren: Grace and Jack.
Slugged his first career leadoff home run on 10/3 vs. NYY (G2)...Blasted his first career grand slam in the eighth inning on 9/11 vs. KC...His four RBI were a career-high • Homered in consecutive games for the fifth time in his career, 9/11-12 • Collected a season-high three hits on 7/26 at TB, his highest single-game hit total since 4/20/12 • His longest hitting streak of the season was seven games from 9/9-17 (.346, 9-for-26) • Started in center field on 6/20 at TOR (first Major League appearance in CF) • Appeared at all three outfield positions (LF-37, CF-9, RF-13) and also made starts in left field (30), center field (eight), and right field (three) • Spent begining of the season until 6/6 with Triple-A Norfolk • Also appeared in eight games with the Tides, 8/28-9/4
Batted .232/.282/.435 with three home runs and 13 RBI in 29 games with the Blue Jays and Diamondbacks...Placed on the Orioles 15-day DL, retroactive to 3/26 (recovering from cervical spine fusion surgery)...Transferred to the 60-day DL on 4/7... Designated for assignment on 7/1...Claimed off waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays on 7/6...Posted a .212/.283/.404 with two home runs and nine RBI in 22 games with the Blue Jays...Registered his second career multi-homer game, both solo shots, on 7/31 at HOU (5th inning off of Jake Buchanan, 9th inning off of Chad Qualls)...Claimed off waivers by the Arizona Diamondbacks on 8/28... Hit .294/.278/.529 over seven games with Arizona.
Made 3rd O's Opening Day roster…Started in LF on Opening Day, going 2-for-4 @TB... Had consecutive multi-RBI games, April 18-20... Collected 3rd multi-hit game and scored career-high tying 3R (3rd time), May 2 @LAA... Placed on 15-day DL, May 12, with a right hamstring strain... Activated from DL and went 1-for-3 @CWS, July 2... Put back on the DL, July 14, with nerve inflammation in the cervical spine... Transferred to the 60-day DL, July 23, and reinstated, November 1... Had a second corrective neck surgery, July 23, by Dr. Robert Kowalski at the Florida Spine Institute
Made the Opening Day roster and batted .313/.333/.627 in 16 games before going on the DL, 5/1, with a herniated disc that
ended his season
... Had surgery to remove the disc at Johns Hopkins Hospital, 6/25, performed by neurosurgeon Dr. Ziya Gokaslan
... Had career-high 14-game hit streak, 4/7-29, during which he batted .356 (21-59)
... Hit HR in 4 straight games, 4/13-17, the first Oriole to do that since Luke Scott (5/27-30/09)
... Had 3 straight multi-RBI games for the first time in his career, 4/15-17
... Hit game-winning two-run HR off Francisco Cordero, 4/14 @TOR
... Had season high 3 hits, including 2B, HR & 2R, 4/13 @TOR
Began the season with Triple-A Norfolk before being recalled, May 20
... Batted .237/.329/.410 in 39 games for the Tides
... Reached safely in 10 straight games for the O's, May 26-June 6 (.444 OBP)
... Batted .321/.433/.679 w/ 9BB, 2-2B, 3B, 5HR, 16RBI, 16R & 5SB in the last 17G of the season
... Set career-highs with 2HR, 4H and 4RBI, May 26 vs. KC
... Had 4RBI, June 30 vs. STL
... Hit second career walk-off HR, August 10 vs. CWS (also May 27, 2009 against Toronto)
... According to Elias, only three other O's have hit multiple walk-off HR since 2000: Cal Ripken (both in 2000), Tony Batista
(2002 and 2003) and Brian Roberts (2005 and 2010)
... Scored career-high with 3R, August 14 vs. DET
... Set career-highs with 4BB and 2SB, September 7 @NYY
... Hit game-tying RBI double with 2 out in 9th and scored game-winning run in last game of season vs. BOS
... 6 of his 13 HR either tied the game (1) or gave O's the lead (5)
... Had an .896 OPS (.347/.548) in 41 home games and a .681 OPS (.311/.371) in 46 road games
... Hit .303/.393/.648 in 38 wins and .200/.269/.290 in 49 losses
... Batted .345/.440/.690 in 75 plate appearances with runners in scoring position, including a .367/.441/.800 mark with RISP and
... Hit .354/.411/.723 with 4-2B, 3B, 6HR, 16RBI and 15R in 19 games vs. the AL Central.
Played in 39 games for the Orioles in April, May and September ... Had a career-high three walks on April 23 @BOS ... Reached base safely in 12 of his first 13 starts ... Was on the back end of back-to-back homers with Matt Wieters May 5 @ NYY off RHP David Robertson ... Tied career-high with three hits on September 24 @ TOR (6th time) ... Hit .348 (8-23) with a 2B and two HR in seven games against NYY ... Was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk May 12 and recalled from Norfolk on September 1 ... Batted .249 with 10 HR and 37 RBI in 94 games with the Tides, reaching safely in 40 of his last 42 ... Hit .320 (31-97) with a .460 OBP and a .443 SLG in 28 games with the Tides in August ... Had season highs of four hits and four runs scored on August 8 @ Louisville
Recalled from Triple-A Norfolk on May 14 and spent remainder of season with Baltimore...Placed on the 15-day disabled list, September 18, with left Achilles tendinitis...Had surgery to repair the Achilles on September 23 by Dr. John Campbell at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore...Named American League Rookie of the Month for June...In 26 games, batted .320 (24-75) with three doubles, four home runs,nine RBI, 13 runs scored and 13 walks...Made his major league debut and notched his first major league hit, May 14 @KC with a single off Ron Mahay...Drove in first run with an RBI single, May 16 @KC off Kyle Davies...Became the first player to hit his first major league home run off Mariano Rivera May 20 @NYY...Hit his first walk-off home run May 27 vs. TOR in the 11th inning off Brian Wolfe...It was the first extra innings walk-off blast by an O's rookie since Leo Gomez on August 12, 1991 (vs. CWS)...When his season ended, was leading AL rookies in home runs (15), on-base percentage (.365), slugging percentage (.466), walks (47) and total bases (167)...He was 2nd in hits (100), average (.279), RBI (45), outfield assists (7) and extra-base hits (35)...Reached base in 85 of his 104 games, including a career-high 17 straight games, August 14-30...Homered in three consecutive games, May 26-28, one shy of the Orioles rookie record set by Jay Gibbons (June 17-20, 2001)...Curt Blefary (April 30-May 4, 1965) is the only other Oriole rookie to homer in three straight games...Hit in a career-high 10 straight games, August 14-23, going 12-for-39 (.308)...Ended season on a six-game hitting streak, going 8-for 22 (.364) with a double, homer and three RBI...Recorded 25 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games...Had five three-hit games and five three-RBI games to set career highs...Batted .312 (39-125) against the AL East, his highest average against any division...Posted a .364 (16-44) batting average in September, his highest average of any month...Batted .299 (56-187) after the All-Star break after batting .257 (44-171) before the break...Hit .331 (49-148) in Orioles wins, but just .231 (51-237) in Birds losses...Named Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for April, as he hit .408 (29-71) with five doubles, seven homers and 21 RBI
in 19 games...Was named International League Player of the Week for April 13-19 as he went 13-for-28 (.464) with a double, a homer five
runs scored and nine RBI...Was hitting .394 with nine home runs at the time of his promotion to Baltimore...Drove in season-high five runs for Norfolk, April 17 at Gwinnett...Homered twice, April 26 against Durham...Was held hitless in just four of his 31 games with Norfolk
Spent the season with Double-A Bowie and was second in the league in HR (25), extra-base hits (57) and runs (87) and fourth
in RBI (84) and slugging percentage (.501)...0Named to the 2008 Southern Division All-Star Team and EL post-season All-Star team...Named the EL Player of the Week, August 25-September 1...Led the team in games played (139)...Batted .412 (7-17) with a double, four home runs, four runs and 11 RBI in four playoff games
Was sidelined for most of the season due to a strained oblique, but appeared in 50 games for Bowie...Slugged .818 in 44 at-bats against left-handed pitching...Led the Arizona Fall League with 6 home runs and 23 RBI as a member of the Phoenix Desert Dogs...Named the Orioles #4 prospect by Baseball America after the season.
Spent the season at Class-A Frederick and was named to the Carolina League All-Star team...Also participated in the MLB Futures Game...Finished 3rd in the Carolina League with 19 home runs and 73 runs scored and was 5th in the league with 75 RBI and a .379 on-base percentage...Batted .328 (43-131) in his first 37 games of the year through May 17...Hit .222 (63-284) over his final 82 games of the season...Tied for 2nd on the Keys with 14 stolen bases...Was named the Orioles' 3rd best prospect by Baseball America following the season.
Was named the top prospect in the New York-Penn League by Baseball America...Played in 50 of 75 games for Class-A Aberdeen and led the team with 15 doubles and 9 home runs...Finished 4th in the league with a .550 slugging percentage...Went 7-for-16 in his first 4 games and hit safely in 33 of his 50 games with the IronBirds...Was transferred to Frederick on August 16 and hit safely in 4 of his first 5 games with the Keys, batting .412 (7-17) with 4 home runs...Hit .357 (10-28) with 3 doubles in the Carolina League playoffs...Played a combined 39 games in right field and 30 games in center between the two teams...Was named the Orioles' #4 prospect by Baseball America following the season.