Category Archive: High-A Frederick Keys

May 12

Why the Orioles Are Winning, Part 2

Part 2, A Good Farm System Note:  OK, so the Baltimore Orioles lost today.  But winning 5 of their last 6 and sweeping the Rays — in Tampa — is nothing to sneeze at. Ever since Baltimore exchanged the Ottawa Lynx for the Norfolk Tides, all the minor-league affiliates are within a few hours’ drive …

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May 05

Orioles Minor Leaguer of the Week: Glynn Davis

Frederick Keys outfielder Glynn Davis is coming off of a fantastic week with the single-A club, hitting .444, with 4 runs scored, 3 RBIs, 2 walks, and a stolen base. For the season, Davis has a .365 batting average, 23 runs, 13 RBIs, and five stolen bases. Davis, a 22-year-old Baltimore native, was signed by …

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Apr 23

Machado rehabbing with Keys has been missed by Orioles

The Frederick Keys have just announced that Manny Machado will be participating in several games this weekend as part of his rehab. Machado will play on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday against both the Myrtle Beach Pelicans and Carolina Mud Cats. This is a great opportunity for Machado to receive some play time experience this season …

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Apr 23

Machado goes three for four in extended spring training

Baltimore Orioles third baseman Manny Machado will start Friday night for the Frederick Keys.  The game on Friday will be Machado’s first rehab start of the season.  We have been following Machado’s recovery since he went down with his knee injury. This is a big step for Machado as it seems to be the last …

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Apr 21

Keys on the Right Track

The Frederick Keys, despite losing a four game series at home to the Lynchburg Hillcats, went on to sweep the Winston-Salem Dash and win their first series of the season, which happened to be on the road. With the first game of the series against the Dash being rained out, the Keys would be forced …

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Apr 14

Recap of the Frederick Keys

The High-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, The Frederick Keys, started off the season with a 6-2 road win over the Lynchburg Hillcats. The Keys followed up by losing the next two games to the Hillcats. The Keys ended up winning the final game and splitting the series with the Hillcats, 2-2. The first home game of …

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