Infielder Wilson Betemit (right wrist) was in the Orioles' clubhouse Monday, but he is not close to playing yet. He said his wrist has improved after a cortisone injection and he could swing a bat within the next two weeks, meaning he could still be an outside possibility for the postseason. … Catcher Matt Wieters and his wife Maria, who are expecting their first child, could take advantage of Thursday's off day. That's when Maria is scheduled to be induced, Showalter said. … Closer Jim Johnson, the club's nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, was recognized during a pre-game ceremony Monday. The nominees are chosen for their on-field and off-field contributions. … Adam Jones' 32nd home run on Monday was also his 100th run scored of the season. The last Oriole to accomplish that in a season was Brian Roberts in 2009 when he scored 110 runs. ... After winning Monday's first game, the Orioles are 30-15 in day games. ... St. Philip Neri School in Linthicum won the Orioles' "Go Orange" challenge for demonstrating their support for the team. Schools across the state were invited to submit a photo and a summary detailing their efforts and were judged on "their overall creativity, school spirit and best use of orange." As a reward, the Oriole Bird and pitchers Jason Hammel, Tommy Hunter and Troy Patton will visit the school Thursday. Perry Hall Elementary in Baltimore was awarded second place and Halstead Academy of Science and the Arts in Baltimore received third place. All three top schools will receive tickets for their entire student body to attend an Orioles home game next April.