Chris Tillman is indeed headed to the disabled list. He received a cortisone injection in his shoulder to combat the discomfort, but the injury is apparently not severe enough to warrant an MRI. Tillman could be back to full strength in a couple weeks, or perhaps not. The Orioles and Buck Showalter don't seem overly concerned, but that doesn't always mean a whole lot. You know better...
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Following Tuesday night’s 8-1 victory against the Washington Nationals, the Orioles announced that ace Chris Tillman is headed to the 15-day disabled list with right shoulder soreness. “It’s tough. I don’t like it, but it is what it is,” Tillman said. “It happened and we’ve got to get better now. I think this is the best way to go about it, and we had talked about it...
Ubaldo Jimenez speaks with MASN's Gary Thorne about how it felt getting back on the mound, limiting the damage and being a new father.
Ubaldo Jimenez talks about ignoring the trade rumors and just focusing on his family.
The Orioles play a makeup game at Minnesota tonight for the postponement there on May 9. They play at Target Field tonight in the final game of the season series between the teams before they head to Toronto for a big AL East weekend series starting Friday. Tonight we find ... Read More
On Thursday night, the Baltimore Orioles will travel to Minnesota to take on the Twins in a 0ne-game makeup. Orioles’ manager Buck Showalter was interested in finding a spot for Jimenez in the rotation after losing the original Thursday off day. The Orioles do have an off day on Monday, but Showalter wanted to give pitchers Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman an extra day of rest. So...
Ubaldo Jimenez returns from paternity leave after the birth of his first child.
Right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez will rejoin the Orioles on Tuesday after being on the paternity list. The Orioles will need to make a corresponding roster move, and it may not involve Tyler Wilson. A decision is pending. Manager Buck Showalter indicated that Jimenez could be a candidate to start Thursday's makeup ... Read More
It's difficult to imagine another start for Ubaldo Jimenez following the All-Star break. The greater intrigue surrounds his spot on the 25-man roster. Jimenez didn't strengthen his case tonight, lasting only 1 1/3 innings, being charged with five runs and walking off the mound to a chorus of boos. How ... Read More
Jim Palmer talks about Ubaldo Jimenez having to tame the Mariners' hot bats in the series finale.
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