Orioles pitcher Chaz Roe (3-2) secured the 6-5 victory over the Red Sox on Tuesday by yielding a hit and no runs over one inning. Outside of a Sept. 6 hiccup against the Blue Jays, Roe has been impressive in his other four appearances since his return from the disabled list at the beginning of the month. Roe has not surrendered a run in any of those outings and has done a solid job overall while pitching a career-high 39 innings, opening the 2015 campaign with six successive scoreless efforts and enjoying a particularly strong first half of the season.
Orioles reliever Chaz Roe has been activated from the 15-day disabled list. Roe landed on the DL with tendinitis in his right shoulder back on Aug. 10. Prior to the injury, the right-hander made 28 relief appearances for the Orioles. He went 2-2 with a 3.12 ERA. He is not expected to pitch until Wednesday at the earliest.
Orioles pitcher Chaz Roe began his Double-A rehab assignment Monday by allowing one run on one hit over 1 1/3 innings. Roe received the win in the decision. He is on the disabled list with tendinitis in his right shoulder and could be activated Wednesday.
After throwing 25 pitches during a simulated game Friday, Orioles pitcher Chaz Roe will begin his rehab assignment Monday, reports MASNSports.com. Roe is on the disabled list with tendinitis in his right shoulder. If the rehab start goes well, he is expected to return Wednesday.
Orioles pitcher Chaz Roe is nearly ready to return to the team. Roe has been on the disabled list since August 10 with tendinitis in his right shoulder. The schedule, per MASN, is for Roe to throw a simulated game while the team is in Texas, August 28 through 30. Then he'll make a rehab appearance in Double-A Bowie before being activated from the DL on September 1 or 2.