Orioles shortstop Freddy Galvis exits early vs. Blue Jays with quad injury

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Galvis exits early against the Blue Jays with a quad injury originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

Orioles shortstop Freddy Galvis was forced to leave Saturday's contest against the Blue Jays after suffering an apparent leg injury.

Galvis turned up limping after hitting a bunt single in the second inning and was immediately removed from the game with the Orioles reportedly diagnosing him with a "right quadriceps discomfort."

The 31-year-old veteran joined the Orioles on a one-year deal this offseason and has been a consistent fixture in manager Brandon Hyde's infield. 

On Friday, Galvis helped the Orioles (24-52) to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Blue Jays (38-36), snapping a 20-game road losing streak.

Galvis is batting .249/.306/.414 for the Orioles as of Saturday.