Rookie outfielder Henry Urrutia, reinstated from the restricted list on Monday after he was unable to join the team in Toronto because of visa issues, will remain in Sarasota and continue working out there. He could still rejoin the big league club, but he could stay in Sarasota for instructional league and prepare for the upcoming Arizona Fall League. … Showalter said it was especially difficult telling DH Wilson Betemit he was being designated for assignment Monday. Betemit never quite recovered from a right-knee injury that cost him his entire season and became expendable following a 0-for-10 return. "The only thing that made it work in my mind, made me rationalize it a bit because of your relationship with him, is that I don't think he's completely where he's going to be," Showalter said. "So I think for him to get ready for winter ball, where he can show everybody that he's back physically, that will be good for him." … With Sunday's save, closer Jim Johnson became the fifth pitcher in baseball history to record at least two consecutive seasons of 45 or more saves, joining Craig Kimbrel (three seasons, 2011-'13), Eric Gagne (three seasons, 2002-'04), Francisco Rodriguez (two seasons, 2005-'06) and John Smoltz (two seasons, 2002-'03) … Louisville Slugger announced former Orioles great Cal Ripken, Jr. will be the recipient of this year's Living Legend Award for contributions to the game on and off the field. … The Orioles announced the winner of their T-shirt design contest to be given away to the first 10,000 fans on Sept. 26. Rockville resident Scott Thompson's design was selected by fan vote as the winner for his "Orioles Magic Shaving Cream Pie" shirt.