Beliveau (shoulder) was activated off the DL on Tuesday and assigned to High-A Frederick, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. Beliveau hasn't pitched at any level since April of 2015, so there could be some rust at first. He figures to work his way up higher throughout the organizational ranks once he gets some innings under his belt, but he'll start at High-A for the time being.
Beliveau (shoulder) threw a scoreless inning in a minor league game Monday, MASN Sports reports. It was the first game action in nearly a year for Beliveau. He seems destined to start the season at Triple-A while he works his way back from labrum surgery.
Beliveau (shoulder) has been resassigned to minor league camp, Rich Dbroff of CSN Mid Atlantic reports. Beliveau has been progressing well in his rehab from a shoulder injury, and expects to be ready for the start of the minor league season. If all goes well at Triple-A, he could factor in to the Baltimore bullpen at some point this season.
Beliveau (shoulder) threw batting practice Sunday and the Orioles hope he will be ready to begin the season at Triple-A, MASN Sports reports. Beliveau is on a throwing program, but he may not be ready to pitch in Grapefruit League games by the end of the month. The Orioles hope that regardless of how far he progresses this March, he will be ready in April. It looks like there is no chance Beliveau makes the team this spring, but a labrum injury takes quite a bit of time to come back from. If all goes well, there is a chance Beliveau could serve as a specialist for the Orioles later this season.
Beliveau (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Friday, MASN Sports reports. It was thought that Beliveau might not be ready at the outset of spring training, but he appears to be set to compete for a bullpen spot. Beliveau made five appearances last year with the Rays before having shoulder surgery and missing the rest of the season. His chance of making the Orioles seems slim right now.