On whether shoulder injury was pre-existing before signing two-year contract with Orioles: "Obviously, you try to figure everything out. You brainstorm and you try to do this and that. But I think overall, as soon as spring training started, I started out with the back spasms. They hurt a little bit and I backed up about a week and a half or two weeks. Then, all of a sudden I tried to play catchup and I tried to play fast forward, thinking it was that easy. I started seeing myself and a couple of pitching coaches on the way up started showing me some video that I was prior to, maybe a couple of things in spring training and obviously Opening Day. That just wasn't me. Arm angle wasn't there. Obviously, you don't feel it when you're out there doing it. But when you go back and look at the video, you're like, 'wow, I don't know how I got to that point.' It could just be so many things. It was more of a chain thing to myself where it started in my back and ended up over in my shoulder and it definitely started giving up more stress to my shoulder."