Second baseman Jonathan Schoop did not return to the game in the second inning after the 3-hour, 25-minute rain delay. Schoop was hit in the right hand by a Drew Hutchison pitch in the first inning, but went to first base after being checked by athletic trainer Brian Ebel. He was removed because of a "right hand contusion." Initial X-Rays were negative, but Showalter said he'll wait to see if Schoop is available Friday. … Jones (back spasms) is not giving up hope that he'll play this season, but that possibility is becoming increasingly unlikely. … Also being recognized Friday as part of the minor league recognition night at Camden Yards will be the Eastern League champion Baysox, as well as Delmarva Shorebirds athletic trainer Trek Schuler (2015 South Atlantic League Trainer of the Year), Bowie's head groundskeeper Matt Parrott (Eastern League Diamond Pro Sports Field Manager of the Year) and Frederick's head groundskeeper Mike Soper (Carolina League Sports Turf Manager of the Year). … The first 20,000 fans ages 15 and older at Saturday's game versus the Yankees will receive an Orioles "bomber knit hat." ... Major League Baseball announced a scoring change from Sunday's game at Boston. Jones was originally charged with an error on a dropped fly ball in center. The error was taken away, Mookie Betts was awarded a single and Ubaldo Jimenez was charged with another hit allowed. … The Orioles officially announced the signing of 18-year-old left-hander Alex Wells from Australia. He will report to the club's instructional league in Sarasota, Fla. ... Saturday's Breathe Deep Baltimore walk for the LUNGevity Foundation at Camden Yards has been postponed because of uncertain weather. It has been rescheduled for Oct. 18.