The Orioles will likely make two roster moves tomorrow to promote starter Brad Bergesen and to activate reliever Koji Uehara. Interim manager Juan Samuel said the team will probably dump one reliever and one position player. All signs point to that one position player being first baseman Garrett Atkins, who won't exactly be floored by the news. The first baseman, who despite his on-field struggles has handled himself with class, told my colleague Dan Connolly earlier this week that getting designated for assignment is "probably going to happen. Not really much sense in having my agent call and talk to them about it. Eleven at-bats in this month, I mean, it doesn't seem like I serve much of a purpose. But, like I said, I am still here and I'll be ready when they need me." The reliever to go will probably come down to Frank Mata or Matt Albers. When outfielder Felix Pie is activated from the disabled list as early as the middle of next week, Lou Montanez obviously would be the top candidate to head back to Triple-A Norfolk. And then the survivor of Mata and Albers would be at the most risk for a demotion when Michael Gonzalez is ready, which could be in about 10 days.