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Johnson's injured wrist is still not showing improvement, and manager Buck Showalter does not expect him to return this season, Dan Connolly of the Baltimore Sun reports.
The Orioles acquired Jim Thome Saturday, which does not bode well for Johnson when he is ready to come off the disabled list. He may have taken his last at-bat as a member of the Orioles.
Johnson (wrist) will have an MRI Thursday to determine the source of his discomfort, MASN Sports reports.
Johnson is starting at first base and batting sixth in the lineup on Wednesday against the Mets, MASN Sports reports.
Johnson busted out with a two-homer, three-RBI game Wednesday against the Red Sox. He also drew a walk.
Johnson was 2-for-2 with a walk, and his first home run, a two-run shot in the seventh inning of a come from behind 4-3 win over Tampa Bay Friday night. He also chipped in with his second stolen base.
Johnson gathered his first hit of the season with an RBI double in four at-bats Tuesday against the Yankees.
Johnson is in sixth spot of Saturday's lineup as the DH, the Orioles' official site reports.
Johnson is starting at first base against lefty Francisco Liriano on Saturday, Brittany Ghiroli of MLB.com reports.
Johnson appears to have played his way on to the 25-man roster this spring, MLB.com reports.
Johnson will miss the next three-to-five days for Triple-A Columbus because of pain in his surgically repaired wrist, the Columbus Dispatch reports.