Matt Barnes pitching more consistently
Jair Jurrjens on mound for Orioles
Marco Scutaro extends streak to 16
Scutaro is batting .475 in the month of May, with 11 multi-hit games in 14 games. He currently has a 16-game hitting streak active.
Felix Hernandez ready for Sunday start
Tony Cingrani gets sent down
Cingrani went 2-0 with a 3.27 ERA in six starts before being sent down. He struck out 41 batters in 33 innings.
Neftali Soto gets the call
Soto batted .269 with three home runs and 16 RBI in 33 games at Triple-A.
Matt Garza happy to return
"I'm happy I don't have to rehab again," he told the Chicago Sun-Times Saturday. "I just had to refresh some stuff from spring training, got the rust off. I feel great, ready to go Tuesday and can't wait."
Garza has not pitched in a major-league game since July 28, when he was shut down with a stress reaction in his right elbow. He admitted to being a bit worried when he first took the mound in Double-A Tennessee, his first competitive action in eight months.
"The only time I was nervous was when I made my first rehab in Tennessee," he said. "The first couple pitches I was a little worried, but then it was fine. Ever since then, there's been no doubt in my mind."
Garza threw six strong innings in his last rehab start, and he needed just 75 pitches to do so. The team expects him to be ready for a full workload quickly.
Brian Roberts moved to 60-day DL
Nolan Reimold lands on shelf
Orioles bring back Jake Arrieta