Reimold leaves team

Presley not here either

May 01, 2012|By Dan Connolly

Outfielder Nolan Reimold took a train back to Baltimore this morning to see team doctors and almost certainly will not be available tonight.

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Reimold is having his back examined in Baltimore today. Showalter told MLB Network Radio this morning that Reimold is feeling tingling in his fingertips, which likely is related to the neck issues/spasms that have cost him several games this season.

Reimold has had trouble moving his neck. He said yesterday that he was still dealing with stiffness, but that the pain was not nearly as severe as it had been.

The Orioles will also be without hitting coach Jim Presley, who was hospitalized with another kidney stone which he has yet to pass as of this afternoon, Showalter said. Presley was away from the team for three days in April with kidney stone issues. first reported the second round of Presley’s kidney stone problems.

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