David Lough LF/CF BAL 3 Days

Lough is healthy in spring training camp after suffering from concussion symptoms during the 2014 season, Britt Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.

Lough tore it up in spring training games last year, then suffered a concussion early in April. He never hit the disabled list and it was thought that purely due to on-the-field struggles Lough was relegated to a bench role while Delmon Young and Steve Pearce absorbed his playing time. There was no indication on the news wires that the concussion symptoms had lingered. Instead, he was used mostly as a late game defensive player, gathering 174 at-bats in 112 games. Lough is the favorite to win the last outfield spot, but the Orioles appear to have a stronger commitment to left-handed hitting Alejandro De Aza.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 6 Months

Lough is in Sunday's lineup against the Twins, but his playing time may become even more limited down the stretch, MASN Sports reports.

Lough's starts are already rare this season and Baltimore acquired Alejandro De Aza Saturday from the White Sox. De Aza may surpass Lough on the depth chart given Lough has hit an unimpressive .213/.284/.319 in his limited time this season.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 7 Months

Lough went 1-for-3 in a rare start Sunday against the Mariners. He also was caught stealing in one attempt.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 10 Months

David Lough's struggles continued in Friday's loss to the Royals, going 0-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts.

The Orioles had high hopes for the 28-year-old outfielder, but he has hit just .180/.241/.260 with a 10/3 K/BB ratio in his first 16 games. He's difficult to use even in AL-only leagues at this point.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 10 Months

David Lough collected three hits in four at-bats, walked, and stole two bases as the Orioles topped the Blue Jays on Thursday.

Lough hadn't done much anything at the dish, but was a big factor in the Orioles' 11-run outburst against the Blue Jays. Acquired in the off-season in a trade with the Royals, Lough also crossed home plate three times and stole his third and fourth bases on the season.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 11 Months

David Lough clubbed a walkoff RBI single in the bottom of the 12th inning Saturday as the Orioles bested the Blue Jays by a score of 2-1.

Lough finished the evening 2-for-5 with one run scored. He is known more for his defense than his offense and is sporting a rough .481 OPS in seven games played.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 11 Months

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Friday that while David Lough was held out of the lineup, he is available to play.

The O's are simply playing things cautiously with Lough, and even though he passed all of the concussion tests, they're giving him an extra day or two to recover. There's a good chance he returns to the top of the Orioles lineup at some point over the weekend.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 11 Months

David Lough will not be placed on the disabled list.

The Orioles were worried that Lough had suffered a concussion, but he passed all of the necessary tests on Wednesday and will remain on Baltimore's active roster.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 11 Months

Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports that David Lough will be placed on the disabled list prior to Wednesday's game.

Kubatko isn't sure what injury Lough is dealing with, but he didn't play Tuesday and the word is that he's DL-bound. Lough did battle a neck ailment late in spring training, so perhaps it's a recurrence of that issue. Jemile Weeks will take Lough's spot on the roster.

David Lough LF/CF BAL 11 Months

David Lough (neck) returned to the Orioles' Grapefruit League lineup on Thursday.

He played center in his first game action since last Wednesday. It was never considered a serious problem.