Top pitching prospect
Bundy apparently suffered forearm spasms because of the way he was placing the ball in and out of his glove – and the Orioles have worked with him to change that routine.
"He has been pain-free and symptom-free for a while," Showalter said. "They've just been doing some stuff to make sure it doesn't occur again, hopefully."
Steve Johnson (lat) threw a side session in Sarasota on Saturday and everything went well, so he will pitch the Wednesday morning game for Triple-A Norfolk at Charlotte. It will be listed as a minor league rehab game for Johnson, so Norfolk will not have to alter its roster to add the right-hander.
Triple-A first baseman
Former Oriole Mike Bordick, who works with the organization’s infielders when he is not broadcasting games for MASN, may go down to Sarasota next week to work with
Orioles Hall of Famer
The Orioles were supposed to face right-hander
The Orioles found out about the switch around 10 a.m. Sunday.
"It's kind of like the whole interleague thing. Scrambling, calling contacts, people that you know who have seen him and watching video," Showalter said. ""Kind of like what we were doing with Billingsley. It's one of those curves you get thrown, you try to make the adjustments."
Orioles: McLouth 7, Machado 5, Markakis 9, Jones 8, Davis 3, Wieters 2, Hardy 6, Flaherty 4, Reimold DH. Arrieta 1.