Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 months ago

Reimold was officially reinstated from the paternity list Thursday.

Reimold was away from the team to be with his wife after the birth of the couple's child. He'll continue to draw spot starts in the Baltimore outfield.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 months ago

Reimold will return from the paternity list Thursday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Reimold has spent his time with the family, and now will rejoin the club after a three days. He'll likely return to a platoon role where he sees starts against left-handed pitchers.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 months ago

Reimold was placed on the paternity list Monday.

Reimold's daughter is expected to be born Monday and will return later this week. Since returning to the team, he has a .804 OPS in 41 at-bats. Ryan Flaherty will take his place on the active roster until he returns.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 months ago

Reimold is expected to leave the Orioles after Sunday's game against the White Sox to attend to the birth of his daughter, Eduardo Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Reimold, who is starting in left field Sunday and batting second in the lineup, will likely be placed on the paternity list once he leaves the team. Per MLB rules, Reimold would be able to spend up to three days away from the Orioles, which would put him on track to rejoin the team Thursday.

Nolan Reimold LF/RF BAL 2 months ago

Reimold is starting in center field for Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com 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 3 months 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 3 months 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 3 months 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 months 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 months 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.