The Baltimore Orioles placed second baseman Jonathan Schoop on the 10-day disabled list Saturday with a right oblique strain.
Schoop suffered the injury last night during a swinging strikeout, and was removed from the game in the seventh inning.
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The team announced Schoop has a strained right oblique, and starting pitcher Alex Cobb was called up to take his spot on the 25-man roster.
Schoop himself has contributed to these struggles, posting just a.230/.266/.344 slash line and one home run over his first 65 plate appearances of this young season, though he is coming off a breakout 2017 campaign that saw him hit 32 homers and finish 12 in AL MVP voting. In the meantime, Tim Beckham should continue to start at second base with Danny Valencia manning the hot corner. He'll make his debut Saturday against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
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Over the long term, of course, Schoop's absence is a big loss for an Orioles lineup that has had a lot of problems generating offense. When the Orioles headed north in late-March, the 30-year-old hung back in Florida to get his work in before joining their Double-A affiliate earlier this week for some final fine-tuning.
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