Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Day

Ubaldo Jimenez (ankle) has been scratched from a scheduled Wednesday rehab start.

Jimenez felt some lingering discomfort in his sprained right ankle Sunday while attempting to throw a bullpen session. "I'm not where I should be to be able to go into a game," the right-hander told reporters. "I'll throw another bullpen and go from there." Ubaldo can be ruled out until Aguust.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 4 Days

Ubaldo Jimenez (ankle) will throw a bullpen session on Sunday, and if all goes well he will progress to pitching in a minor league rehab game on Wednesday.

The veteran right-hander may only need one start in the minor leagues, and could rejoin the Orioles rotation when they return home to Baltimore on July 29.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 8 Days

Ubaldo Jimenez (ankle) is expected to begin a minor league rehab assignment next Wednesday.

Jimenez, who posted a rough 4.52 ERA and 1.54 WHIP in 18 first-half starts, might be asked to spend the remainder of July in the minors while the Orioles see what Kevin Gausman can do. Ubaldo landed on the disabled list retroactive to July 6 with a right ankle sprain. He signed a four-year, $50 million free agent contract with Baltimore over the winter.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 11 Days

Orioles placed RHP Ubaldo Jimenez on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 6, with a sprained right ankle.

Jimenez rolled his ankle on Wednesday while getting out of his car, resulting in lots of swelling. It's not clear at this point how long he'll be sidelined. Kevin Gausman has been recalled to take his spot in the rotation.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 15 Days

Ubaldo Jimenez and Miguel Gonzalez could be flipped in the Orioles' starting rotation this week.

This means that Gonzalez would start Thursday against the Nationals and Jimenez would pitch Friday against the Yankees. It's possible that Gonzalez could be sent to Triple-A after Thursday's game so the Orioles can add a reliever.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 22 Days

Ubaldo Jimenez yielded just an unearned run over eight innings in a victory over the Rangers on Monday.

Jimenez gave up four hits, walked one and struck out seven in his first win since May 8 and third overall in 17 starts this season. He's still walked at least one batter every outing this year, and that poor command has prevented him from working deep into games. Still, this makes five starts out of his last seven in which he's allowed just one or two runs.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 27 Days

Ubaldo Jimenez got a no-decision, allowing four runs over 6 1/3 innings as the Orioles defeated the White Sox 5-4 in 12 innings on Wednesday.

Jimenez was in line for a league-leading ninth loss, but Nelson Cruz bailed him out in the eighth inning with a game-tying grand slam. Jimenez, who had put together four solid outings out of his last five trips to the hill, was shaky, allowing eight hits and two walks while striking out two. He'll take a 4.70 ERA, a 1.56 WHIP, and a 77/53 K/BB ratio into next week's home start against the Rangers.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Ubaldo Jimenez gave up one earned run in 5 2/3 innings against the Yankees on Friday.

Jimenez held the Yankees to one run in six innings, but it wasn't easy. He loaded the bases three times in six innings. The Yankees were unable to capitalize on these chances, though, allowing Jimenez off the hook repeatedly. Jimenez's final line was one earned run in 5 2/3 innings with three strikeouts and six walks. He would have earned his third win had Zach Britton not blown the save.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Ubaldo Jimenez gave up two runs over six innings Friday in a loss to the Blue Jays.

Jimenez lived dangerously in this one, giving up three hits and five walks, but the only damage against him was a two-run homer by Juan Francisco in the second inning. Still, it was enough to put him on the losing side. The high-priced right-hander fell to 2-8 with the loss and owns a disappointing 4.86 ERA and 68/45 K/BB ratio through 76 innings this season. He'll get the Rays next on the road.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Ubaldo Jimenez was done in by walks and big hits against the A's on Sunday, allowing six runs in 2 1/3 innings of work in the loss.

Jimenez' control continues to be a major problem, as he walked five on the day. He only allowed two hits before being removed, but they both went for extra bases -- a two-run double by John Jaso, and a grand slam by Brandon Moss. That was it for the right-hander. He's now 2-7 with a 5.01 ERA and 1.53 WHIP, and he'll face one of the league's best offenses in the Blue Jays on Friday.