The Baltimore Orioles have had a crowded outfield for much of the offseason and Spring Training, and the performances of a couple of players have made it even more of a log jam. David Lough's nagging hamstring and possible DL stint opens the door for one of those stand out performers this spring in Nolan Reimold.
Lough may be heading to the disabled list due to a nagging hamstring injury according to Orioles' beat reporters, including MASN's Roch Kubatko.
It has been an issue since earlier this month for Lough and his recent experience with back spasms doesn't help either. If Lough does indeed head to the DL, the Orioles have the opportunity to give Reimold another shot.
After seeing his Orioles' tenure end last season when the O's had to let him go due to having no room on their roster after his DL stint and rehab were complete, Reimold played for both the Toronto Blue Jays and Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014. A free agent this offseason, Reimold and the Orioles reunited with a minor league deal including an invite to MLB Spring Training.Read more... Join the Conversation...