Andino exits with injury in sixth inning

Andino exits with injury in sixth inning

Andino exits with injury in sixth inning
BALTIMORE -- The Orioles' injury problems continued during Sunday's 4-0 loss in the series finale against the Tigers, as second baseman Robert Andino had to exit the game in the sixth inning with a left shoulder injury.

Andino got hurt while diving for Alex Avila's RBI single off starter Miguel Gonzalez, which gave Detroit a 3-0 lead. The second baseman dove to his left and stayed down after the ball went to right field.

Orioles manager Buck Showalter said Andino will have an MRI on Monday. Andino said after the game that there's no shoulder separation and nothing's broken.

"I've got no pain, a little soreness," Andino said. "My arm got stuck, but I kept sliding."

Ryan Flaherty replaced Andino at second base.

Jeff Seidel is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.