It’s been an up-and-down start to the season for the O’s to say the least.
The Orioles will look to avoid the four-game sweep against the Miami Marlins, as both teams will face off tonight at Camden Yards. Game time is set for 7:35 p.m. EST and will be aired on MASN. The O’s are still the away team due to these games being rescheduled from their previous matchups inContinue reading “Orioles lineup vs. Marlins: 8/6/20”
Baltimore improved to 5-3 after defeating the Rays by a score of 5-1 on Sunday afternoon. Following a tough two-game series loss to the Yankees, the O’s responded well in the team’s first series sweep since the 2018 season.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, the MLB announces its shortened season schedules. Let’s look at how Baltimore’s schedule looks and what to expect in 2020.
With the entire world coming to an abrupt stop due to the Coronavirus pandemic, sports fans have had little to get excited about. Right now, the O’s should be taking the field at Camden Yards on a warm spring day! While us fans miss the action, the issues at hand are much bigger than sports.
The Orioles have seen success in the past decade thanks to these players who thrived in Baltimore during the 2010s
Hunter Harvey was originally drafted to be a starter, but his electric performances out of the bullpen last season could be the reason he becomes the next Orioles’ closer.
The Baltimore Orioles are in a rebuild, and the fans, like us, are well aware of this. While the win-loss numbers might not be pretty this year, there are a number of prospects with very exciting futures. Some of the names that give Baltimore fans hope are Adley Rutschman, Ryan Mountcastle, Austin Hays, Yusniel Diaz,Continue reading “7 Orioles pitchers to watch in 2020”
Coming into the 2020 season, the corners are a solid positon group for Brandon Hyde and the Orioles.
The Orioles’ No. 4 prospect is 2019 International League MVP Ryan Mountcastle. The infielder is dominant at the plate but has defensive concerns; will we see Mountcastle play in Baltimore next season?
Yusniel Diaz came to the Orioles via the Manny Machado trade last season, but he is yet to live up to his potential so far. The 2020 season presents a great chance for Diaz to improve at the plate in the minors and possibly at Camden Yards.
The Orioles recently announced a list of non-roster invitees to Spring training. Several young prospects with high potential are included on the list, as well as newly acquired veteran players.
Coming up next on The Baltimore Battery Prospect Profiles Countdown is 25-year-old right-handed pitcher Hunter Harvey. Orioles fans are likely familiar with Harvey, as the former first round pick made seven appearances at Camden Yards this past season.
No. 16 prospect Blaine Knight possesses a quality heater, despite struggling in 2019. His 2020 season will determine his stock with the Orioles.
Pitcher Cody Sedlock has struggled with injuries, but his impressive 2019 season catapulted the former first-round pick to N0. 17 on the Orioles’ top prospects rankings.
This edition of Prospect Profiles focuses on No. 18 overall Brenan Hanifee. The 21-year-old pitcher is a 6’5″ hurler from Bridgewater, Virginia.
Zach Watson, a third-round draft pick in the 2019 MLB Draft, has the speed and power to become a top outfielder prospect for the Orioles.
Former No. 4 overall draft pick Dillon Tate has regressed from his original status as a top pitching prospect. With that being said, he still is a a promising prospect who could improve the Orioles’ bullpen.
Jean Carlos Encarnacion is the No. 28 prospect on the Baltimore Battery’s Prospect Profiles. The power-hitting third baseman is inconsistent at the plate but possesses plenty of raw potential.
Ryan Mountcastle’s productive season in AAA Norfolk won him International League MVP honors this season. Will the 22-year-old find his way on to Baltimore’s lineup in 2020?