Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 11 Days

De Aza went 2-for-5 with a pair of triples and two RBI in Friday night's 5-0 victory over the Yankees.

De Aza continues to swing a hot bat, as he has now hit safely in all seven games since coming to the Orioles. Over this stretch, the veteran outfielder has hit .379 (11-for-29) with two homers, six RBI, five runs scored and a couple of steals.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 14 Days

De Aza went 2-for-4 with two home runs and a double in Tuesday's win over the Red Sox.

It was De Aza's first two home runs as an Oriole. He teed off on Red Sox prospects, knocking both home runs off starter Anthony Ranaudo and then doubling off Matt Barnes. De Aza made his third straight start Sunday and could be pushing his way into more playing time than originally anticipated when he sat for four of his first six games following his trade to Baltimore.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 17 Days

De Aza is out of the Orioles' lineup again Saturday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports.

This comes as no surprise, considering a lefty in Drew Smyly is on the hill for Tampa and De Aza is just 8-for-76 (.105 average) against southpaws this season. De Aza sat out Friday as well against a right-hander, so it seems safe to say he will only play intermittently with Baltimore.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 18 Days

De Aza is out of the lineup Friday against the Rays, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports.

David Lough will draw the start in left field Friday, pushing De Aza to the bench for the fourth time in six games since he joined Baltimore. It looks like De Aza's playing time against right-handers will be sporadic, and he will almost certainly sit against all opposing lefty starters.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 23 Days

De Aza is not in Sunday's lineup against the Twins, MASN Sports reports.

De Aza will fill in as a backup in Baltimore's scheme right now, with occasional starts likely to follow. When Nelson Cruz or Delmon Young starts in left field, the Orioles frequently go to a late inning replacement.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 24 Days

De Aza was acquired by the Orioles on Saturday via trade from the White Sox, the Baltimore Sun reports.

De Aza was exchanged for Miguel Chalas and Mark Blackmar who are both minor league right-handed pitchers. The new Oriole will try to wedge his way into the lineup that already features outfielders Nelson Cruz, Adam Jones and Nick Markakis.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 24 Days

De Aza is out of the lineup for Game 2 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Tigers, Doug Padilla of ESPNChicago.com reports.

Dayan Viciedo will man left field and bat fifth against lefty Kyle Ryan, following an 0-for-4, two-strikeout showing from De Aza in Game 1.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 1 Month

De Aza is out of the lineup Sunday against the Yankees, Daryl Van Schouwen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

De Aza's well-documented struggles against left-handed pitching will keep him out of the lineup once again Sunday, while southpaw Chris Capuano twirls for the Yankees. Jordan Danks will cover center field in De Aza's place.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 1 Month

White Sox manager Robin Ventura said De Aza will likely platoon in left field with Dayan Viciedo with the return of Avisail Garcia, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.

If a strict platoon holds up, De Aza would see the larger share of the playing time as the left-handed hitting option. On Saturday, De Aza took a seat and left the corners to Viciedo and Garcia.

Alejandro De Aza LF/CF BAL 1 Month

De Aza is out of the lineup Saturday against the Blue Jays, Chuck Garfien of CSN Chicago reports.

Despite putting together a five-game hitting streak, De Aza is taking a seat, yielding left field to the recently-activated Avisail Garcia. No matter, De Aza should receive consistent run in the corner outfield as the season continues onward.