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Baltimore Orioles outfielder Nick Markakis was held out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Blue Jays with soreness in his right wrist.
It's the first game he's missed this season.
Markakis was injured on a swing in the ninth-inning of Tuesday's loss at Toronto. X-rays taken after the game were negative, but Markakis is scheduled to see a hand specialist and undergo an MRI in Tampa on Baltimore's off-day Thursday. The Orioles begin a three-game series against the Rays on Friday.
Markakis said his hand and wrist were still sore when he woke up Wednesday.
He's batting .256 with eight homers and 26 RBIs in 50 games.
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Baltimore Orioles right fielder Nick Markakis is facing his second surgery in the last nine months. Markakis, who injured his wrist on a ninth-inning swing Tuesday, is set to undergo an operation Friday morning to remove a broken hamate bone from his right wrist. The timetable for Markakis' return is two to four weeks. "If you told me before that this is what they...
Bad news for the Baltimore Orioles, as right fielder Nick Markakis will miss 3-4 weeks after breaking the hamate bone in his hand. Roch Kubatko of MASN is reporting that the injury first occured seven or ten days ago on a slide into second base, but the full break occured on Tuesday while swinging.
The Orioles are exploring various internal options to replace Markakis on the roster...
He's the closest thing the Baltimore Orioles have had to an Iron Man since Cal Ripken Jr. retired. Nick Markakis missed his first game of the season Wednesday and just his sixth in the past three-plus seasons with a right wrist injury. Markakis was hurt on a swing in the ninth inning Tuesday, and he will be examined by a specialist Thursday. X-rays taken Wednesday were negative...
The baseball season is now officially 25% over, and if you stop and take a look at the the standings of all the teams in both leagues, one team glares out so stunningly, that you find yourself squinting and staring at the listings a second time; The Baltimore Orioles! I knew that they had been doing fairly well, but not this good!
Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters has been ejected from Tuesday night's game against the Toronto Blue Jays for arguing with home plate umpire Doug Eddings.
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It looks like after the loss on Monday night, the Orioles decided to make some moves. As I thought, the Orioles would demote Tommy Hunter today; however, they also sent Xavier Avery back to Triple-A after scuffling pretty badly as of late.
Endy Chavez is back from the disabled list.
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Folks, are we worried about the Baltimore Orioles now? Tonight, they lost their fifth game in a row, as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated them, 4-1. Once again, the Orioles lose a series, and this time they were swept. The Jays treated the Orioles like a mule, and they once again brought the pain, as they scored all their runs off solo homers. Jason Hammel became the latest Baltimore...
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Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of Daily Notes.
1. Featured Game: Baltimore at Toronto, 19:07 ET (Free Game)
2. Other Notable Games
3. Today’s Complete Schedule
Featured Game: Baltimore at Toronto, 19:07 ET
Regarding These Teams, Their Respective Places in the AL East
I’m not lying to you or your face when I say that these teams enter Wednesday...
The Baltimore Orioles have the game’s most elite prospect in pitcher in Dylan Bundy. To say he dominated the South Atlantic League before his recent promotion to the High-A Carolina League...
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On Tuesday night, the Orioles dropped their fourth game in a row as they lost to the Toronto Blue Jays, 8-6.
With the loss, Baltimore has lost three straight series; however, they are still tied for first place in the American League East with the Tampa Bay Rays at 29-21. Once again, the Orioles got a shaky start from a pitcher – this time, Jake Arrieta – and much like Tommy...