As manager Dave Trembley said Thursday, "It's not even summertime yet." It was 85 degrees with high humidity. And while starter Jeremy Guthrie's six-inning stint might have been cut short by fatigue -- Guthrie said after the game it wasn't a factor -- the Orioles are troubled by Uehara's endurance.
Trembley mentioned after Wednesday's game that Uehara might need two days off to recover. Trembley backed off of that a little Thursday, but not all the way.
"We have to build him up into baseball pitching shape," Trembley said. "But I am concerned about it. Apparently there was an issue with it [Wednesday] night."