Reimold signed a one-year contract with the Orioles on Wednesday, avoiding arbitration, Eduardo A. Encina of the Baltimore Sun reports. If the season were to start Thursday, Reimold may open the year as the team's starting left fielder, but it's still relatively early in the offseason. The 32-year-old is probably best suited for a utility role, having hit .247 with a .394 slugging percentage in 61 games for the Orioles last season. He's also had a hard time staying on the field throughout his career due to various injuries.
Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold is not in the lineup Monday against the Blue Jays, Roch Kubatko of MASN reports. Reimold has seen regular starts in the DH role, but after going 0 for 6 in the last two games to drop his average to .237 on the year, he'll get the day off Monday. Steve Clevenger will serve as the team's DH and bat fifth in his place.
Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold is out of the lineup Saturday against the Rays, MLB.com's Brittany Ghiroli reports. Reimold has seen a rise in at-bats of late at designated hitter and in the corner outfield, but with Steve Clevenger and Gerardo Parra drawing back into the lineup against righty Erasmo Ramirez, Reimold will take a seat.
Orioles catcher Steve Clevenger and outfielder Nolan Reimold have six home runs between them this season, but they did something noteworthy with their blasts Friday against Kansas City. Clevenger and Reimold both hit grand slams in a 10-run eighth inning that turned a 6-4 deficit into a 14-6 lead. Clevenger's blow put the cherry on top of the explosion.
The Orioles called up outfielder Nolan Reimold before Sunday's game, the team announced. Reimold hit .227 with two home runs and eight RBI in 39 games earlier this season before being demoted to Triple-A.
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