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Orioles’ Mullins leaves game with right hamstring discomfort; Hyde not concerned

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SARASOTA, Florida—Orioles centerfielder Cedric Mullins left Monday’s Grapefruit League game against Minnesota in the first inning because of right hamstring discomfort.

Mullins walked to lead off the Orioles’ first. He advanced to second on catcher Adley Rutschman’s grounder to short but left the game one pitch into Gunnar Henderson’s at-bat. Mullins left the field and headed to the Orioles’ clubhouse.

Manager Brandon Hyde said that Mullins left the game as a precaution.

“He just felt it a little sore, and the right thing, and I’m glad he did it, was to come out of the game,” Hyde said.

Mullins did not get an MRI. Hyde said that the Orioles will check on it on Tuesday morning.

Mullins had two stints on the injured list in 2023 with right adductor/groin strains and was hitting .222 in Grapefruit League games.

“I actually saw him run and slide. You could tell it wasn’t anything bad,” Hyde said. “It was a reaction. I don’t think any of us are alarmed by it. It’s one of those day-to-day things right now.”

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