Trumbo (back) is starting at designated hitter and batting sixth Thursday against the Blue Jays, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
He dealt with a strained left trapezius earlier this week and has dealt with a knee injury recently. Trumbo should play occasionally over the final 10 games of the season. He will be a free agent this winter.
Trumbo (back) will be available off the bench Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo was scratched from the lineup Monday with what was referred to as a strained left trapezius at the time, though Trumbo referred to the problem as simply tightness in his upper back. He doesn't seem to be in line for an extended absence, but that doesn't mean he's guaranteed many at-bats down the stretch with the Orioles likely preferring to give time to younger options.
Trumbo was scratched from the lineup ahead of Monday's game against the Tigers with a strained left trapezius, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo doesn't have much time to return if he's dealing with anything more than a very minor strain. The Orioles have very little reason to rush back a 33-year-old in the final year of his contract when they could be giving time to younger players with a chance to be part of their future.
Trumbo went 1-for-4 with a double, two RBI and a run scored Monday against the Rays.
Trumbo was activated from the 60-day injured list earlier in the day after missing almost the entire season while recovering from knee surgery, but he came through in the clutch by plating two in the sixth inning on a double to bring his team within a run. The 33-year-old veteran's contract is up after the season, so it remains to be seen how often he'll enter the lineup down the stretch of the 2019 campaign.
Trumbo (knee) was activated from the 60-day injured list and will bat sixth as the designated hitter Monday against the Rays.
Trumbo is finally ready to go after undergoing knee surgery last September. It apparently still hurts his knee to play first base, so he's expected to stick to outfield and DH over the rest of the season. It's not clear how often he'll be in the lineup, as the rebuilding Orioles will likely prefer to give at-bats to players who may be part of their future rather than a veteran whose contract is up after this season.
Trumbo (knee) will begin a rehab assignment with Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday.
Trumbo is nearly ready to return from last September's knee surgery. He's expected to play in five games before joining the Orioles in September, though the team doesn't have much reason to give regular at-bats to Trumbo over the handful of younger alternatives. He's a free agent after this season.
Trumbo (knee) expects to join Triple-A Norfolk for a rehab assignment Aug. 27, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo would play five games before returning to major-league action for the first time since undergoing knee surgery in September of 2018. The veteran designated hitter posted a .261/.313/.452 triple slash with 17 home runs and 44 RBI in 90 games last season. With Trumbo approaching free agency this offseason, Baltimore likely will give playing time to younger players who have better odds of playing a part in the franchise's future.
Trumbo (knee) will probably go out on a rehab assignment to prepare for a September activation, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
He has not played a big-league game this season, and it's unclear what type of role he will fill when rosters expand in September. Trumbo is a free agent after the season, so it seems likely that Baltimore would prefer to give playing time to younger players who may be a part of the future.
Trumbo (knee) is hoping to return sometime in September, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo experienced renewed soreness in his surgically repaired knee over the weekend, prompting the veteran slugger to take a break from his rehab assignment. The 33-year-old acknowledged that his status for next season will likely depend on how he feels if he's able to return in September.
Trumbo (knee) will take a break from his rehab assignment for a few days due to lingering knee issues, Rich Dubroff of BaltimoreBaseball.com reports.
Trumbo only began the rehab stint Tuesday and played in two games, so the fact he's having trouble after such brief action isn't a good sign. Per Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun, the 33-year-old still hopes to play this season, but his surgically repaired right knee simply doesn't feel right.
Trumbo (knee) began a rehab assignment with Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday.
Trumbo has been on the injured list all season while recovering from last September's knee surgery. He'd been on a rehab assignment earlier in the season before being shut down after receiving a PRP injection in mid-June. Trumbo may need close to the full 20 days allowed for rehabbing position players to get back up to speed.
Trumbo (knee) took batting practice on the field Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo's knee is reportedly feeling much better, though the Orioles still don't know when he could go out on a rehab assignment. They are optimistic that he'll be able to return from the injured list at some point this season, however. Trumbo hasn't played in the big leagues yet this year after undergoing knee surgery in September of 2018.
Manager Brandon Hyde said Trumbo (knee) is "feeling better," Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.
While Trumbo is improving, it remains to be seen when the veteran slugger will be cleared to resume baseball activities. Until that happens, he should be considered out indefinitely.
Trumbo will be shut down for 7-to-10 days after receiving a PRP injection in his right knee, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo experienced renewed soreness in his surgically repaired right knee, prompting the Orioles to pull him off his rehab assignment Thursday. The veteran slugger had appeared in eight games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk and was seemingly close to a return before suffering the setback. A new timetable for his return likely won't emerge until he's able to resume his rehab.
Trumbo (knee) is not in Thursday's lineup for Triple-A Norfolk.
The Orioles are seemingly easing their veteran player back into form after the 33-year-old was cleared for action following September knee surgery. The power hitter has played in eight games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk thus far, slashing .214/.333/.393 to go along with three extra-base hits, including a home run. If he can find his rhythm at the plate and avoid setbacks, he could return to the major-league squad early next week.
Trumbo (knee) is expected to remain with Triple-A Norfolk through its upcoming homestand.
The homestand begins Tuesday and runs through Sunday, June 16. It's possible Trumbo is activated by the Orioles early next week, if by then the team feels Trumbo has regained his timing at the plate. Trumbo hit his first home run of 2019 in Saturday's loss to Columbus, and is now batting .240/.345/.440 in seven total rehab games between Double-A Bowie and Norfolk.
Trumbo (knee) will have his rehab assignment transferred from Double-A Bowie to Triple-A Norfolk on Tuesday, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo has already played three games with Bowie, going 3-for-13 with three strikeouts. Manager Brandon Hyde said Sunday that "everything's going well" in Trumbo's recovery from right knee surgery, with the Orioles now at the point where they're just waiting on him to pick up at-bats to make up for the time he lost during spring training and the first couple months of the regular season. Hyde said the team is tentatively targeting June 10 or 11 for Trumbo's return from the 60-day injured list. Though he's served as the Orioles' primary designated hitter the past three seasons, it's unclear if Trumbo will have a full-time role waiting for him when he returns with Renato Nunez thriving of late as the team's DH.
Trumbo (knee) will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Bowie on Tuesday, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Trumbo has been out all season while recovering from September knee surgery. Given the length his absence, his rehab assignment is not expected to be a brief one.
Trumbo (knee) has been playing first base and outfield during games at extended spring training and will soon be ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
With Trumbo's surgically repaired knee apparently responding well to his recent activity, the Orioles could map out a rehab schedule for the veteran slugger during the upcoming week. Since Trumbo was sidelined for most of spring training, he'll likely need more than a handful of games in the minors before the Orioles are comfortable activating him. Once he's back with the big club, Trumbo could take on a full-time role at first base, designated hitter or in the corner outfield.
Manager Brandon Hyde said Trumbo (knee) will play the field "soon" in extended spring training games, Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports reports.
Trumbo has been getting at-bats in during extended spring training games recently, and it sounds like he could be cleared to head out on a minor-league rehab assignment in the near future if everything goes off without a hitch during his return to the field.
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