Orioles Rehab Report

All the latest details on Orioles rostered players currently on rehab assignments within the Minor Leagues.

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Jonathan Schoop Update – 3 July 2015

Schoop has now appeared in eight rehab outings, spending time with both AA Bowie Baysox and A+ Frederick Keys. Here’s how he has performed:

AA Bowie Baysox
Hitting – .240 AVG (6-for-26), .269 OBP, .949 OPS, 2 doubles, 3 home runs, 6 RBI
Fielding – 10 put outs, 16 assists, 0 errors, 4 double-plays

The Baysox won all seven games he played in – four against the Trenton Thunder and three against the New Britain Rock Cats.

A+ Frederick Keys
Hitting – .333 AVG (3-for-9), .333 OBP, 1.000 OPS, 1 home run, 1 RBI.
Fielding – 4 put outs, 7 assists, 0 errors, 2 double-plays

The Keys have won one of two games he played in – both against the Potomac Nationals.


Kevin Gausman Update – 16 June 2015

In his third and final rehab outing, Gausman worked through two innings for A+ Frederick Keys, allowing a home run in the first inning to Sean Godfrey.

Gausman retired the other six hitter he faced, striking out two. His outing was 29 pitches in duration, of which he threw 20 for strikes.


Kevin Gausman Update – 11 June 2015

In his second rehab outing, this time for AA Bowie Baysox, Gausman gave up four earned runs off four hits (two home runs), in 3.1 innings of work.

He struck out for in the 61 pitch outing and despite the runs, the O’s would be pleased he suffered no ill-affects.

It is likely one more outing remains prior to returning to the O’s.


Kevin Gausman Update  – 6 June 2015

In his first rehab outing for A+ Frederick Keys, Gausman worked three scoreless innings, allowing just the one hit – a soft single to right field. He struck out four.

He threw 40 pitches for the outing, of which 32 were strikes.


Matt Wieters & Bud Norris Update – 3 June 2015

In Game 1 of a double header against the AAA Gwinnett Braves, Bud Norris had his best outing – at any level – for a very long time. He worked through four scoreless innings, issuing just one walk and not allowing a hit. He struck out two in the 57 pitch outing.

Matt Wieters went 2-for-3 with a walk. He singled to left in the 1st, drew a four pitch walk in the 2nd and singled to left again in the 4th. He grounded out in the 5th.

The Tides Won 11-1 (7) on the back of 14 hits.

In Game 2, Wieters (who was DH’ing) went 1-for-2, belting a solo home run to right Center field in the 4th.


Matt Wieters Update – 30 May 2015

Wieters went 0-for-2 with a walk and a RBI in his third outing for the AA Bowie Baysox. His sac-fly in the 6th gave the Baysox the lead.

Behind the dish, he wasn’t required to make any plays on the night, as the Baysox held on to win a close one , 3-2.


Matt Wieters Update – 28 May 2015

In his second rehab outing for the AA Bowie Baysox, Wieters went 0-for-5 at the plate, however did record an RBI from a ground out in the 8th. Catching, he was involved in two plays, making each.


Bud Norris Update – 27 May 2015

Still rehabbing from a bout of bronchitis earlier this month, Bud Norris gave up 4 runs off 6 hits, in 5.0 innings of work with AA Bowie Baysox tonight.

The struggles continue for the O’s righty, who has the following ERAs this season:

MLB – 9.88 (6 games)
AAA – 30.37 (1 game)
AA – 7.20 (1 game)


Ryan Flaherty Update – 26 May 2015

In his second game with the Tides, Flaherty again went hitless, although still contributed offensively. He went 0-for-2 and drew two walks, scoring once.

Defensively, positioned at second base he made four plays with relative ease, moving freely with no signs of weakness.


Matt Wieters Update – 26 May 2015

In the first game of his rehab assignment with AA Bowie, following Tommy John surgery in June last year, Matt Wieters went 2-for-4, scoring a run against the Eerie Sea Wolves. He caught the full nine innings – with the highlight being the hosing of Curt Powell trying to steal second base in the 8th.


Ryan Flaherty Update – 25 May 2015

Featuring in his second rehab assignment of the season, this time with AAA Norfolk coming back from a right groin strain, Flaherty went 0-for-3 with a walk and two RBI.

Playing third base, he was involved in just the one play – the final play of the night where he caught a routine pop-fly.


Bud Norris Update – 22 May 2015

Recovering from a reported case of bronchitis, Norris made the start for the AAA Norfolk Tides against the Rochester Red Wings.

It proved to be a nightmare outing for the burley O’s pitcher, allowing nine earned runs from just 2.2 innings pitched. He, quite simply, was smoked – allowing 12 hits in his 72 pitch outing.


Everth Cabrera Update – 15 May 2015

Recovering from a bruised left foot, Cabrera made his rehab start for the AAA Norfolk Tides against the Indianapolis Indians.

He went 0-for-3 at the plate, striking out once and grounding out twice. Defensively, playing at second base he made six plays and looked to be moving pain-free.


Ryan Flaherty & J.J. Hardy Update – 6 May 2015

In their third and final rehab game, the pair were part of the Bowie side which took on – and beat – the Akron Rubber Ducks again, 7-6 in 11 innings.

Flaherty went 2-for-5 (single, home run) with two RBI, batting second in the lineup again. He made five plays in the field at second base.

Hardy went 1-for-4 (single) Barton in the three spot. He was involved in three plays at shortstop.

It was the duos final rehab outing, as each finished hitting .333 (4-for-12). More importantly, neither experienced any pain and are ready to return for the O’s against the Yankees this weekend.


Ryan Flaherty & J.J. Hardy Update – 5 May 2015

In their second rehab outing, the duo of Hardy and Flaherty again faced the Akron Rubber Ducks. On the mound for the Baysox was another Oriole with MLB experience, Dylan Bundy.

Hardy, paying shortstop and hitting third, had a busy day, making seven plays and went 1-for-4 at the plate – hitting a ground ball single to left field in the 7th.

Flaherty, playing second base and hitting second, made just the one play and went 1-for-3 at the plate – hitting a line-drive single to center field in the 1st.

The Baysox won the rain-affected game, 3-1.


Ryan Flaherty & J.J. Hardy Update – 4 May 2015 

Two key Orioles returned to the diamond tonight, appearing for the AA Bowie Baysox as their rehab process continued. J.J. Hardy and Ryan Flaherty each appeared to get through their first outings pain-free and in positive news for the O’s, both looked quite sharp at times.

Flaherty, playing second base and batting second, was involved in three plays and went 1-for-4 at the plate. He hit a line drive double to center field leading-off the 7th inning and came around to score soon after.

Hardy, playing shortstop and batting third, was involved in two plays and went 2-for-4 at the plate. He singled on a line drive to center field in the 1st and doubled on a fly ball to center field in the 7th, bringing in Flaherty. He also scored soon after.

Both Hardy and Flaherty left the game after the 7th, with the Baysox leading the Akron Rubber Ducks 8-0, on the back of seven brilliant scoreless innings from Branden Kline.


Jimmy Paredes Update – 17 April 2015

In his only rehab outing – for AA Bowie, Paredes went 1-for-4 with an RBI against the Erie Sea Wolves. His RBI single came in the 5th inning, with the Baysox trailing 6-0.

Fielding at third base, Paredes was only required to make the one play, a routine ground ball in the 3rd.


David Lough Update – 12 April 2015

Rehabbing from a left hamstring strain, Lough made the start for the A+ Frederick Keys against the Winston-Salem Dash.

At the plate he went 0-for-2, with and RBI. In the field, he made two routine plays at left field before exiting the game after the 6th.


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