The team optioned infielder Rey Navarro to Triple-A Norfolk as part of four pregame roster moves Friday. … Second baseman Jonathan Schoop, who on Saturday will be three weeks removed from going on the DL with a right knee injury, has begun jogging and agility work in the pool in Sarasota, Fla. … Friday marked the 49-year anniversary of Hall of Famer Frank Robinson hitting the only home run to completely leave Memorial Stadium. The Orioles great hit a 451-foot blast off Cleveland's Luis Tiant on May 8, 1966, and it was marked at Memorial Stadium by a flag in the back of the left-field bleachers that simply said, "Here." … Right fielder Delmon Young played down his first-inning catch that temporarily robbed Alex Rodriguez of his 661st career homer, saying. "It was only a matter of time before he hit another home run." Two innings later, Rodriguez homered to pass Willie Mays for sole possession of fourth place on the all-time home run list. "He hit that one even farther," Young said. "Almost knocked down the house that Ruth built."