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Nolan Reimold

Nolan Reimold 14 RF

Baltimore Orioles

  • Status: Active
  • Full Name: Nolan G. Reimold
  • Age: 31 (October 12, 1983)
  • Birthplace: Greenville, PA
  • Bats/Throws: R/R Ht: 6' 4" Wt: 205
  • Draft: Round 2 (2005, BAL)
  • MLB Debut: 05/14/2009
  • School: Bowling Green State
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Nolan Reimold Stats Summary

Nolan Reimold Career Stats

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Nolan Reimold Awards and Honors

Nolan Reimold  14 RF

  • Full Name: Nolan G. Reimold
  • Born: October 12, 1983
  • Age: 31
  • Birthplace: Greenville, PA
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Height: 6' 4"
  • Weight: 205
  • Draft: Round 2 (2005, BAL)
  • School: Bowling Green State
  • MLB Debut: 05/14/2009

2014: Opened season on Baltimore's disabled list while rehabbing surgery on a herniated disk in his neck…
Played in 17 rehab games with Double-A Bowie and batted .315...Designated for assignment on July 1 and claimed by the Blue Jays on July 6...Notched his second career multi-homer game on July 31 at Astros...Hit first career pinch-hit homer on August 31 vs. Rockies (off Jorge De La Rosa)...Hit .294 (5-17) in seven games with Arizona after being claimed off waivers from Toronto on August 28.
2013: Made third Orioles Opening Day roster…Started in left field on Opening Day, going 2-for-4 at Tampa Bay...Placed on 15-day DL, May 12, with a right hamstring strain...Appeared in 12 rehab games with Double-A Bowie from June 18-30...Activated from DL, July 2...Placed back on the disabled list, July 14, with nerve inflammation in his cervical spine...Transferred to 60-day DL, July 23, and reinstated, November 1.
2012: Made Baltimore's Opening Day roster and appeared in just 16 games before going on the disabled list on May 1 with a herniated disc that ended his season...Had a career-high 14-game hitting streak from April 7-29...Hit a home run in four straight games from April 13-17, the first Oriole to do so since Luke Scott, May 27-30, 2009...Had three straight multi-RBI games for the first time in his career, April 15-17.
2011: Began the season with Norfolk before being recalled, May 20...Batted .237/.329/.410 in 39 games for the Tides...With Baltimore, batted .321/.433/.679 with nine walks, five HR, 16 runs and 16 RBI over final 17 games of season...Set career-highs with two home runs, four hits and four RBI on May 26 vs. Kansas City...Hit second career walk-off HR, August 10 vs. Chicago (AL) (also May 27, 2009 vs. Toronto).
2010: Played in 39 games for the Orioles in April, May and September...Had a career-high three walks on April 23 at Boston...Hit .348 (8-23) with a double and two home runs in seven games against New York (AL)...Optioned to Norfolk May 12 and recalled from Norfolk on September 1...Batted .249 with 10 home runs and 37 RBI in 94 games with the Tides, reaching safely in 40 of his last 42 games.
2009: Held hitless in just four of his 31 games with Norfolk before being recalled to Baltimore May 14...At the time of his promotion, he was leading the IL with a .394 batting average and ranked among the top five in the IL in OBP (1st, .485), slugging (1st, .743), extra-base hits (1st, 20), home runs (2nd, 9), hits (T-3rd, 43), and RBI (4th, 27)...Made his major league debut and notched his first major league hit, May 14 at Kansas City with a single off Ron Mahay...Became the first player to hit his first MLB home run off Mariano Rivera, May 20 at New York Yankees...Placed on the 15-day disabled list, September 18, with left Achilles tendinitis...Had surgery to repair the Achilles on September 23.
PERSONAL: Nolan Gallagher Reimold was signed by Baltimore as a minor league free agent, 2/3/15... Selected by Baltimore in the 2nd round of the 2005 draft...Attended Bowling Green University…Batted .360 with 20 HR and 62 RBI in his final season with the Falcons and was named Mid-American Conference Player of the Year in 2005 when he led the NCAA in slugging percentage...Became first Falcon ever to be named All-America by three outlets in one season (NCBWA Second Team, ABCA Third Team, Baseball America Third Team)...Attended Kennedy Catholic HS (PA).