Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 17 Days

Jimenez will start Tuesday against the Blue Jays, MASNsports.com reports.

Manager Buck Showalter will summon Jimenez from the bullpen, with the team in need of a sixth starter following Friday's doubleheader. Jimenez gave up three runs on a hit and three walks while recording just one out in his last appearance Aug. 31, bringing his ERA and WHIP to 4.96 and 1.56, respectively.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Jimenez made his first bullpen appearance for the Orioles Saturday, allowing one run with five strikeouts in four innings.

Having Jimenez available in the bullpen turned out to be handy for the Orioles, as Jimenez pitched following a three hour rain delay after the second inning. Jimenez would need to string together several good bullpen outings to have another shot at the rotation. "He had the 75 pitches in four innings, Showalter told MASN Sports. That's still a lot of pitches, but he was pretty effective and I was glad to see that."

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Jimenez has been moved to the bullpen, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.

Jimenez was given a fair chance to re-establish a hold on a rotation spot, but he allowed nine runs on 11 hits and six walks over 10.1 innings in two outings after returning from an ankle injury. The team will turn back to Miguel Gonzalez this weekend and make available to eat innings in long relief starting Tuesday.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 1 Month

Orioles manager Buck Showalter was non-committal when asked about Jimenez's chances of making another start, Britt Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.

The comments followed another disappointing start from Jimenez on Saturday, who now has a 4.83 ERA in his first campaign with the Orioles. With Miguel Gonzalez at their disposal as a sixth starter, the O's could conceivably shift Jimenez to long relief if desired, but he's in the first season of a four-year, $50 million deal.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Jimenez struck out five and walked three while giving up three runs on six hits over six innings to earn his fourth win of the season Saturday.

In his return from the disabled list, the O's offense provided Jimenez with plenty of run support, pounding John Lackey for nine runs through the first five innings. He'll face the Tribe in Cleveland for his next scheduled start Friday.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Jimenez (ankle) was activated from the 15-day DL and will start Saturday vs. the Cardinals, Rich Dubroff of CSN Baltimore reports.

Jimenez's spot in the rotation could very well hinge on how well he pitches in his first start since July 5, as back-end arms Bud Norris, Kevin Gausman and Miguel Gonzalez have done little to justify their removal from starting duties. Jimenez, meanwhile, sports a mediocre 4.52 ERA and 1.53 WHIP on the season, and has been especially abysmal during afternoon affairs like Saturday's, going 0-5 with a 10.55 in his previous five daytime starts. The four-year, $50 million contract Jimenez signed in the offseason may be the only reason he might continue to hold down a starting job if he scuffles Saturday.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Jimenez (ankle) will start for the Orioles on Saturday against the Cardinals, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.

Jimenez will likely be activated either Friday or Saturday before his start. He has been on the disabled list since July 11 due to an ankle injury, but had a strong rehab start with Triple-A Norfolk and appears ready to rejoin the rotation for the playoff run.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Jimenez (ankle) has rejoined the Orioles and hopes to start soon, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Manager Buck Showalter suggested Jimenez could return to the rotation as soon as Friday, though nothing's official at the moment. The right-hander was forced onto the DL on July 13 due to an ankle sprain, but he pitched well in a rehab start for Triple-A Norfolk and said a move to the bullpen has not been discussed with him.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Jimenez (ankle) will join the Orioles on Monday, following a strong rehab outing for Triple-A Norfolk on Sunday, David Hall of The Virginian-Pilot reports.

Ubaldo Jimenez SP BAL 2 Months

Ubaldo Jimenez (ankle) allowed one unearned run on five hits and three walks while striking out three over 4 2/3 frames in his first rehab start with Short Season-Aberdeen.

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said before he knew the results of the appearance that it's possible Jimenez will be rejoin the big club's rotation after the outing. "We'll see, if it goes well,'' Showalter said. "We can pitch him at [Triple-A] Norfolk or activate him. We'll see [after] tonight." Jimenez has been out since mid-July with a sprained right ankle.