Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 1 week ago

Reimold is starting in center field for Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, Brittany Ghiroli of reports.

This will be Reimold's major league debut at center field and he's obviously not going to stay there for long with Adam Jones healing up at the DH spot. Reimold did play 51 games at center in the minors, but that was back in 2008 when he was 24 years old. Basically, don't expect a fielding clinic.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 weeks ago

Reimold is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Phillies, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

This marks Reimold's second absence from the lineup in eight games since he was called up. He has five hits in 20 at-bats, with two home runs, five RBI, three runs and three walks. He could settle into a near-everyday role if he keeps hitting, but the Orioles would likely still give him semi-regular days off, as he's never had much luck staying healthy. There's also ample competition for at-bats, with the Orioles carrying six outfielders, not including DH Jimmy Paredes.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 weeks ago

Reimold will make a fourth straight start in the outfield Sunday against the Yankees, Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun reports.

A steady stream of injuries prevented Reimold from becoming a viable everyday player during his first stint with the Orioles from 2009 through 2013, but he's trying to rewrite the script in his second go-around with the club. After impressing earlier this season at Triple-A Norfolk, Reimold's success has continued thus far through four games with the big club. He's gone 4-for-14 at the dish with a pair of homers and three RBI, which should afford him a regular spot in the lineup until he cools.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 weeks ago

Reimold went 2-for-5 with a home run and a triple in Saturday's win over the Yankees.

Reimold has been in the lineup four out of five days since being called up and he has two home runs. Manager Buck Showalter has a habit of sticking with the hot bat, as he did with Steve Pearce last season and Jimmy Paredes earlier this season. Look for Reimold to continue to get consistent at-bats.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 weeks ago

Reimold went 0-for-2 in his season debut with the Orioles Tuesday against the Red Sox.

The Orioles will find part time at-bats for Reimold, either in left field, right field or as the DH. Reimold is a favorite in the organization and he finally seems healthy. He hit .286/.351/.389 with two home runs and 12 doubles in 175 Triple-A at-bats before being called up.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 weeks ago

Reimold has been called up from Triple-A Norfolk for Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, and he's batting sixth in the Baltimore lineup, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Although he's always struggled to stay healthy, Reimold is typically pretty productive at the plate when he's able to piece together more than a few games. He'll likely just work in a part-time role with the Orioles, given that the team currently has all of its key outfielders healthy.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 weeks ago

Reimold will be called up from Triple-A Norfolk prior to Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

The one-time top prospect for the Orioles has performed well in Triple-A this season, posting a .286/.351/.389 slash line across 175 at bats. He has struggled to stay on the field throughout his career but has been rewarded with numerous chances due to his great potential. Since it will be difficult to find playing time in the Orioles outfield, Reimold has limited fantasy value.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 months ago

Reimold's legal team filed a negligent practice claim against Johns Hopkins Hospital relating to his neck surgery and subsequent rehabilitation in 2012-2013, MASN Sports reports.

The important thing is that everything related to this lawsuit relates to Reimold coming back from the surgery too early in 2013 when he appeared in 40 games. Reimold's neck injury is a thing of the past and the lawsuit does not relate to his current health status. Reimold had a good spring training, but he is part of a crowded outfield situation in Baltimore and he has begun the season at Triple-A. Reimold is 4-for-16 with a double and four walks. He has an opt-out clause in his current contract for July 11. If Reimold performs and cannot force his way into Baltimore's outfield picture by that time, he could look for a job with another team.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 months ago

Reimold was assigned to minor league camp Saturday, CSN Baltimore reports.

Reimold's spring was particularly fruitful, as he batted .340 with two homers and nine RBIs across 24 Grapefruit League contests. However, with no options remaining, he would have to be subject to waivers, if he made the Opening Day roster and his spot eventually needed to be filled. As a result, expect Reimold to start the season at Triple-A Norfolk.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 3 months ago

Reimold is among Baltimore's leaders in plate appearances this spring because manager Buck Showalter wants to know if he can contribute this year, MASN Sports reports.

The Orioles have taken a hard look at Reimold, even with an already crowded outfield situation that includes five outfielders that are as established or more established than Reimold. Unless the team makes a trade, it still appears that Reimold will start the season at Triple-A, assuming he accepts the assignment as a non-roster invitee this spring. However, it is worth noting that David Lough and Travis Snider have done nothing special at the plate this spring. Reimold is 10-for-32 and slashing .313/.425/.438 and that does not include a home run and a double that were erased by a rainout Friday.