#Orioles' Tillman dealing with slight groin issue. Scheduled to pitch Monday, may be pushed back. Had same issue during recent shutout.
Tillman's back in clubhouse. Had 24-hour flu. Was drained for 48 hours. Says he assumes he's back on schedule. Will pitch 5 days be4 opener
Orioles rotation for Tampa Bay has been shuffled a little. Tillman will go Monday Gonzalez pushed to Tuesday. Gonzo in pen today if needed
CSN Baltimore "At the beginning of the season, the consensus was that the Houston Astros would lose many more than 100 games. Entering Tuesday’s game against the Orioles, Houston had won six games in a row, its longest winning streak since 2010. Thanks to Chris Tillman, the streak is over. Tillman turned in..." June 05
MLB.com "Orioles manager Buck Showalter announced Thursday pitcher Chris Tillman, who was placed on the disabled list retroactive to March 22, will start the fifth game of the season. Tillman, who has been slowed with abdominal soreness, is slated to start Friday’s game against the State College of..." March 28
MLB.com "Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Chris Tillman will pitch the fifth game of the season, leaving the fourth –and still unannounced– rotation spot for the home opener. That is expected to be Jake Arrieta, although the Orioles haven’t announced anything yet. Tillman, who has been slowed with..." March 28
Baltimore Sun "After throwing 62 pitches over four innings against Orioles minor leaguers Sunday, right-hander Chris Tillman said he could have continued to add to his pitch count, and still thinks he will be ready for the regular season. “It went really good,” Tillman said. “It went well. I got to work on..." March 25
Baltimore Sun "Orioles right-hander Chris Tillman has been scratched from his scheduled start Sunday because of abdominal soreness that he first dealt with last week. Miguel Gonzalez, who was expected to follow Tillman, will instead start Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Ed Smith Stadium,..." March 10