Orioles reliever Darren O’Day was supposed to take a bullpen session on his way back from a hyperextended right elbow Wednesday, but didn’t feel up to it after a light catch Tuesday, manager Buck Showalter said.Showalter said the team has recently been looking at former Seattle Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen as a possible example of the recovery period required. He suffered a similar injury in a similar manner in 2015, and missed from April 11 to May 8 of that year.”He was like three or four weeks,” Showalter said. “It’s just slow. It’s slow.”With the team heading to face the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend in Florida, Showalter said head athletic trainer Brian Ebel was discussing alternative treatments or tests that could occur when they’re around familiar doctors near their spring training home in Sarasota, Fla.”We’ll see what that brings,” Showalter said. “I’m hoping he feels good tomorrow. I think when it happens, it’ll be kind of like an oblique. It’s going to be gone one day and it goes fast. But it’s not going real well.”O’Day went on the disabled list retroactive to May 6 after he banged into someone with his low arm swing in the bullpen warming… Read full this story
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