The 23-year-old right-hander struggled mightily to start his big league career. However, after a demotion to Triple-A, he came back with a vengeance in the second half.
The third-year righty put up the best stretch of his career in the first half, but problems with home runs and fatigue forced him to the bullpen.
The former No. 5 overall pick was at the heart of the Norfolk lineup all season. His brief stint for the O’s, on the other hand, left a lot to be desired.
A red-hot August was McCann’s shining moment, but he consistently did the little things well and provided the O’s the ideal backup for Adley Rutschman.
For most organizations, Beavers’ 2023 season would have him on the verge of MLB playing time. With the Orioles OF logjam, his wait could be a little longer.
The Phillies and Diamondbacks square off looking to earn the right to face the Texas Rangers in the World Series
The veteran outfielder was signed off the scrap heap to replace an injured Cedric Mullins and played a role no one saw coming in the O’s AL East championship.
Prodigious power earned the 20-year-old an early call up from Delmarva to Aberdeen, but the slugging lefty couldn’t continue the upward trend with the IronBirds
The defending NL champs powered their way to a win in Game 1. Now they’ll look to go up 2-0 against the D’Backs.
Sure, staring down at best back-to-back elimination games on the road isn’t idea. However, if we’ve learned anything about these O’s, it’s that defying the odds is in their DNA.