BALTIMORE (WJZ) — With the start of the abbreviated 2020 Major League Baseball season nearing, the Baltimore Orioles continued their summer workouts at Camden Yards Sunday despite getting some bad news about one of their players.
Shortstop Richie Martin will be out for an extended period of time after fracturing his right wrist.READ MORE: 10-Year-Old Girl, 2 Men Injured In Shooting After Argument Breaks Out In West Baltimore, Police Say
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Manager Brandon Hyde said the 25-year-old is disappointed he will not be able to start the season with the team.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 Latest: University Of Maryland Lifts Sequester-In-Place Order
“My heart goes out to him,” Hyde said. “He worked so hard, he had a great offseason from a work standpoint, he’s making huge strides. We were just talking about how much he’s improved defensively yesterday morning and I like the swing adjustments he’s been making.”