Beckham (hamstring) is out of the lineup Sunday against the Rays. After hurting his hamstring in Saturday's game, Beckham wasn't expected to play Sunday. At this point in time, it's unknown whether or not he will return before the season comes to an end. The Orioles have Monday off, so more information regarding Beckham's status should be available heading into Tuesday's outing against the Pirates. J.J. Hardy is starting at shortstop Sunday with Beckham out.
Beckham is doubtful to play Sunday after injuring his hamstring Saturday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports. However, manager Buck Showalter isn't sure if the injury will end Beckham's season, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports. The club presumably will perform more tests on their shortstop's hamstring. Beckham's status should become clearer in the next few days, though it's looking like a long shot that he'll return Tuesday after an expected Sunday break and a Monday off.
Beckham was removed from Saturday's game after suffering an apparent hamstring injury while legging out an infield single, Jon Meoli of The Baltimore Sun reports. Beckham went straight inside to presumably be examined and was replaced by pinch runner J.J. Hardy. More details on Beckham should be revealed in the coming hours.
Beckham (mouth) is in the lineup Friday against the Rays. Beckham missed a pair of games after having a wisdom tooth removed, but will return to action Friday night. He'll start at shortstop and hit leadoff. Although he's hitting .279 with a .789 OPS for the year, Beckham has slashed just .171/.250/.368 since the start of September.
Beckham (mouth) is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Rays. Beckham will miss a second straight game after getting a wisdom tooth removed. In his place, J.J. Hardy draws another start at shortstop. Beckham should be considered day-to-day ahead of Friday's affair.