Nolan Reimold playing in his first minor league rehab game since going on the disabled list in spring traing, he went one for three for Double-A Bowie on Tuesday, according to Eduardo Encina of The Baltimore Sun.
Reimold hit a line drive single in his second rehab at bat, struck out, and flew out to left in six innings playing left field.
Reimold, 30, has played just 56 games since 2012, due to multiple neck issues that have needed fusion surgeries.
In spring training this year, he had a slash of .263/.378/.342 with one home run, five RBI and never made it out of Florida due to another neck injury.
In five major league seasons, Reimold has a career line of .252/.327/.439, 41 home runs, 126 RBI, 99 walks, 215 strikeouts after being a top prospect coming out Bowling Green University.
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