O’s left fielder Nolan Reimold entered the All-Star break in a slump, but he’s out of it now.
Reimold was 3 for 28 heading into the break as his average dropped to .257.
But he is batting .457 since the break with five doubles, four RBI and four stolen bases.
“I just fell into some bad habits and had to work my way out of them. That happens during the year,” Reimold said. “Now I’m ready to get some more hits.”
In the last five games, the hits are coming in bunches. Reimold is 11 for 17 over the five games as his average has increased to .291.
“Something just kind of clicked back in place and my swing has started to feel better. Doing it in Boston vs. one of the best teams is real good for my confidence and gives me something to build on.”
7-24 at Boston: Goes 3 for 3 with a double and SB
7-25 at Boston: Goes 2 for 3 with a run and double
7-26 at Boston: Goes 2 for 4 with RBI, double and SB
7-27 vs. KC: Goes 2 for 3 with two singles and SB
7-28 vs. KC Goes 2 for 4, two singles and a run