Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said Friday that Harvey's (lat) return from the 60-day injured list isn't imminent, Joe Trezza of MLB.com reports. "As of right now, he's going to stay and continue to pitch [at Triple-A Norfolk]," manager Brandon Hyde said. "We'll continue to evaluate whether we're going to bring him up or not."

Harvey is technically in the midst of a rehab assignment at Norfolk, but the Orioles apparently intend to activate him from the 10-day injured list and option him to the affiliate once his rehab window comes to a close Sept. 18. Though Harvey experienced some soreness in his strained right lat during an Aug. 24 appearance for Norfolk, he was cleared to rejoin the Triple-A bullpen a week later and was roughed up for four runs while recording only two outs. Harvey is believed to be healthy at this point, but he'll need to show improved form over an extended stretch at Triple-A before the Orioles entertain bringing him back to the big club.

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