For the first time since May of last year B-Rob was playing major league baseball Tuesday night. Like the rest of us he had doubts if he’d ever return to the game he loves. Concussion syndrome threatened his baseball career and challenged him doing simple things in everyday life.
Soon after a concussion interrupted his baseball career, Brian Roberts was more concerned with simply living a normal life than returning to the game he loves.
MLB.com Orioles beat writer Brittany Ghiroli joined the Norris & Davis Show to talk Brian Roberts, injuries and trade stock just over a third of the way through the season.
Vinny and Rob were joined by baseball legend Cal Ripken Jr. in studio talking Adam Jones, BRob & more!
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Baltimore second baseman Brian Roberts played his first game since sustaining a concussion more than a year ago, going three inning for Double-A Bowie on Wednesday night.
Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will begin a minor league rehabilitation assignment on Wednesday, a significant step in his bid to return from a concussion that has kept him sidelined for more than a year.
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Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts has not played in a Major League game since May 16, 2011. So after missing more than a year with concussions, his manager says he might just be back on the field in the near future.
Orioles manager Buck Showalter joined The Norris & Davis Show Thursday morning. It was very early for Buck – especially since the O’s played a late, 15-inning game Wednesday night. O’s beat the Royals 4-3.
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list as he strives to return from a concussion.
The Orioles need Brian Roberts back in their starting lineup. Not only is he Baltimore’s best second baseman and base stealer, he’s the Orioles only obvious leadoff hitter.