Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold arrived at minicamp Wednesday morning, recently given a clean bill of health and clearance to resume baseball activities with no restrictions.
Reimold has played in just 56 games over the past two seasons following surgery to fuse two vertebrae in his neck in 2012. Reimold needed a second surgery July 23 last year because the vertebrae didn’t fuse properly.

Reimold, who said he was cleared around Christmas, said he will take batting practice today and do some light running and throwing here at the Ed Smith Stadium complex.