Worth noting

Worth noting

• Five Orioles -- Endy Chavez, Davis, Tommy Hunter, Darren O'Day and Pedro Strop -- who were members of the Rangers in 2011 received their American League championship rings in a ceremony before Monday's game. Injured Baltimore catcher Taylor Teagarden was also with Texas in 2011, but he will receive his ring at a later time.

• The Orioles recognized Showalter for his 1,000th career win with a ceremony prior to Monday's game. Showalter became the 58th manager to win 1,000 games when the O's beat the Yankees, 7-1, last Tuesday.

• Miguel Tejada passed his physical at the O's extended spring facility in Sarasota, Fla., on Monday and will sign a contract to rejoin the organization for a third time on Tuesday. Tejada will work out in Florida for the foreseeable future, and according to executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette, the infielder will be put on a program there to get back in baseball shape.

The 37-year-old Tejada last played with the Orioles in 2010, spending time with the Padres and Giants after that.

• Former O's infielder Brandon Snyder started at third base for Texas and batted eighth on Monday, driving in two runs with a second-inning single before hitting a three-run homer in the sixth. With the start, Snyder has appeared in 12 games for Texas this season after playing in 16 games with the Orioles in the 2010 and '11 seasons.

• Class A Delmarva's Dylan Bundy -- the No. 9 prospect in baseball, according to MLB.com -- was named the organization's Pitcher of the Month for April after opening his professional career with 17 scoreless innings.

Bundy entered Monday's start having given up just one hit and two walks, with 25 strikeouts, but he surrendered his first professional run -- an unearned run -- to Charleston on Monday. The right-hander struck out eight in three one-hit innings.

The organization's Player of the Month was Class A Advanced outfielder Ronnie Welty, who has posted a .415 batting average with three home runs and 17 RBIs in 13 games.