Roberts hurts shoulder, stays in game
Chalk up another body part that Brian Roberts will need to ice after the game.
The veteran second baseman just hurt his left shoulder trying to field Jed Lowrie's hard one hopper. The ball hit off Roberts' glove and then bounced into shallow right field. Roberts either was shaken up or he didn't see where the ball was, allowing Lowrie to take second base.
Head athletic trainer Richie Bancells and manager Buck Showalter immediately came out of the dugout to look at Roberts, who currently remains in the game.
Lowrie came around to score the game's first run on Daniel Nava's two-out single off Brad Bergesen in the second inning.
The Orioles had a man on third with one out in the top of the frame after Matt Wieters hit a leadoff double and Adam Jones dropped down a sacrifice bunt. But Clay Buchholz retired Felix Pie on a groundout and then struck out Robert Andino to end the inning.