Found October 28, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
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One of the decisions awaiting the Orioles involves outfielder Nolan Reimold and whether to tender him a contract for the 2014 season. Reimold doesn't know what's going to happen, but he's certain that he'll be ready to play for someone in spring training. Reimold told me that he goes to his rehab sessions two or three times a week and is having a much easier time with his recovery from neck surgery than the first procedure in 2012 that ended his season after one month. "I think I'm pretty far along," Reimold said during a phone interview. "The surgeon did a lot of different things that helped heal the bone faster. At this point, it's probably almost fused up, but I'm sure he's going to make absolutely sure before he says to do anything." Reimold, 30, underwent corrective surgery on July 23 to fuse two vertebrae at the Florida Spine Institute in Clearwater, Fla. He appeared in only 40 games, having spent almost two months on the...
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