The Orioles have placed right-handed reliever
Eveland's contract was purchased from Triple-A Norfolk, and the Orioles designated minor-leaguer
Lindstrom allowed his first earned runs of the season in the second game of Thursday's doubleheader (3 runs, two earned, in one inning), snapping a 13-game scoreless-inning streak to begin the season.
After his outing, Lindstrom was seen showing his right hand to head trainer Richie Bancells in the dugout, but when asked about it after the game, he said his finger was fine -- that he the finger was just aggravated from his split-fingered grip.
Lindstrom, acquired in the trade that sent
He's the latest in a growing list of Orioles pitchers to deal with injury. Tsuyoshi Wada had successful Tommy John surgery on his left elbow today. Right-hander
With Eveland's arrival, the Orioles currently have six starters on the roster, but Hammel remains a question mark. Since Lindstrom's injury will leave a bullpen void, it's possible that Eveland stays on the roster to work out of the pen if Hammel can make his next start.
In 22 games at Double-A Bowie, Wheeler was hitting .200/.289/.275 1 homer and 7 RBIs. The Orioles claimed him off waivers from the Brewers on March 29.