Nolan Reimold recently turned 30. He was a former second-round pick by the Baltimore Orioles and has spent parts of five seasons with the team. However, Reimold has been limited to 286 major-league games, thanks in large part to his inability to stay healthy.
Reimold entered last season coming off of surgery to repair a herniated disc in his neck. The Orioles planned on platooning him with Nate McLouth in left field, but Reimold was only able to suit up for 40 games, again due to injury.
This offseason, Rich Dubroff of CSN Baltimore expects the Orioles to non-tender Reimold and attempt to re-sign him to an incentive-laden contract. This could even be a minor-league deal considering the trouble Reimold has had staying on the field.
Manager Buck Showalter appears to have taken a liking to Reimold, leading to expectations that he receives another opportunity in Baltimore. McLouth struggled over a full season as a full-time player in left field, and Reimold has shown glimpses of his pot...