Baltimore Orioles farmhands Zach Davies and Ivan De Jesus both had an outstanding week with their respective teams. Davies, a Bowie Baysox pitcher, threw 13 1/3 innings, giving up 11 hits, 3 ER, 2 walks, while striking out 13 batters and winning both of his starts on the week for the double-A affiliate of the …
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The Norfolk Tides will add a few new faces to their team photo come Monday afternoon. One new player to note is Joe Saunders. Yes, that Joe Saunders; the same one who pitched for the Orioles in 2012 and led them to the first playoff win in 14 years.
Dan Duquette announced today that Hunter Harvey will miss the remainder of the season. Harvey’s elbow was bothering him and he was diagnosed with an elbow strain and inflammation, according to Dan Connolly. Harvey is not expected to need surgery.
While there were plenty of standout minor league players in the Baltimore Orioles organization this past week, Jason Esposito of the Frederick Keys was outstanding. The third baseman went 10 for 26 (.385), with 6 runs, 1 double, 4 HRs, 6 RBIs, and 1 SB in the seven games of the week for Frederick.
The Frederick Keys are currently riding a three-game win streak and are now only one game out from the division lead. The keys have been playing extremely well and earned themselves a 13-7 record in the month of July and are looking for a sweep tonight against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.
The most tense point of Major League Baseball’s regular season is rapidly approaching, as the July 31st trade deadline is now one week away. Within the next week, several stars will switch teams, as contenders look to bolster their roster to make a push for the postseason. The Baltimore Orioles are one of those contending …
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With the MLB trade deadline coming up, I thought I would take a look at three Norfolk Tides’ players who has the most trade value. I’m not saying these players will be traded because I have no inside information about anything the Orioles do. This is simply just a list of three players who have …
The Triple-A All-Star Game always seems to take a back seat when you compare it to the Future’s Game, and with good reason. The Future’s Game is always so exciting. The major sports networks always build up the excitement talking about how people will get the chance to see all the young great phenoms of …
Delmarva Shorebirds catcher/designated hitter Chance Sisco is putting up monster numbers this season for the single-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles. Despite being just 19-years-old, Sisco is hitting .353, with 21 doubles, 40 runs, and 48 RBIs in 72 games this season for Delmarva.
My favorite part about covering the Delmarva Shorebirds is not writing about top prospects. Yes, it is important for the fanbase to hear about Hunter Harvey and Chance Sisco, but it is also important to look for prospects who may fly under the radar. It is fun to see guys like Austin Wynns and Sebastian Vader who have …