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Orioles pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada did not practice Sunday and is dealing with left elbow inflammation, although an X-ray on the area showed no new structural damage.
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SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) -- Baltimore Orioles pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada has been held out of his scheduled bullpen session because of discomfort in his left elbow.
LHP threw first live batting practice Monday, showcasing his fastballIt's only a few days into Wei-Yin Chen 's introduction to Major League Baseball, but the Orioles are already impressed in what they've seen out of the Taiwanese left-hander.
Baltimore Orioles pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada has been held out of his scheduled bullpen session because of discomfort in his left elbow. The Orioles sent Wada for an X-ray and manager Buck Showalter said Sunday there was nothing unusual about the results. Showalter said Wada's elbow was aspirated, and that he will be re-evaluated in a few days.
Orioles left-handed pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada, one of the club's top offseason acquisitions, has been shut down indefinitely after experiencing discomfort in his throwing elbow.
Imprisoned at this time in 2011, right-hander in better place, literally and mentally, this yearThe nightmare is over now. Alfredo Simon wakes up in a cushy bed every morning and goes to work at one of the most beautiful spring training venues in baseball.
His history proves he's a great guy, but Armando Galarraga wants the Orioles to value his great armThis is the first thing that pops into your mind when you see Armando Galarraga jogging across the field at the Ed Smith Stadium complex in an Orioles jersey:
Orioles reliever Pedro Strop is one of 10 players on the 40-man roster out of options, and the right-hander is focused on cracking the team's Opening Day bullpen.
Orioles pitcher Jake Arrieta has been a full participant in Spring Training since Day 1 and the right-hander, coming off elbow surgery to remove a bone spur, admitted that his work this winter has made the early part of camp pretty easy.
To best understand what Matt Wieters means to the Baltimore Orioles, you need to look beyond the All-Star appearance and Gold Glove and into the video room.
SARASOTA, Fla. – There weren’t many concrete answers given during Brian Roberts’ news conference with the media Friday afternoon, but the words of the injured Orioles second baseman’s words resonated well.