Despite the relentless hype, the Orioles’ golden boy somehow keeps defying expectations.
First-round pick in 2018 put together another stellar season, and has become the top pitching prospect in all of baseball.
When the Orioles paid overslot money for Henderson in the 2019 draft, they got a potential star at shortstop.
The Orioles did their own thing in the 2021 draft, and so far, it seems to be working.
Young starting pitching will make or break the current Orioles rebuild, so the development of guys like Bradish and Smith is of the utmost importance.
The Orioles top 2020 draft pick is one of 50 players on a roster that includes 17 2021 picks and 19 of the team’s top 30 prospects.
This year saw the Orioles hand out their first seven-figure bonuses to international amateurs. It’s a big symbolic step even if the payoff is far off.
A pair of lefties who spent time in Double-A Bowie are marching towards the big leagues with very different profiles.
The trio had varying degrees of success at the plate as they encountered injuries while trying to climb the O’s minor league ladder.
The disappointing duo struggled with injuries and poor performance in 2021. Can either player turn things around and contribute next season?
The Orioles’ top-ranked farm system is more stacked than it’s been in years, enough that several promising prospects didn’t crack MLB Pipeline’s top 30.
The Orioles Co-Minor League Player of the Year and a former big trade headliner are the top names in their 2021 AFL group.
The Australian lefty was one of a number of Orioles prospects whose first taste of MLB action didn’t go great.
Tides score two in the bottom of the eighth to end their season with some drama and a victory.
The Tides didn’t manage much offense against Durham’s Easton McGee and a late rally went to waste in the ninth inning.
The Durham Bulls outlasted the Tides in a pitching duel last night that stretched into extra innings.
Kevin Smith walked six, and the bats never got going in a blowout loss to Durham.
The Tides’ offense struggled to get things going in 4-1 loss to the Durham Bulls.
The minor league seasons are either over or nearly over. Adley Rutschman, Kyle Stowers, and Grayson Rodriguez get the system’s big year-long honors.
Five Tides hitters have multi-hit games in victory over Knights.
A few hitting prospects stood out for the Tides, but a walkoff sac fly sent them to a 6-5 defeat in Charlotte.
Orioles minor league recap 9/25: Bowie gets swept in the Double-A Championship Series and Norfolk spins a shutout
Kyle Bradish and Cody Sedlock combined for a shutout at Triple-A, while the Baysox got swept in their best of five Championship Series.
Orioles minor league recap 9/24: Zimmermann rehabs, Rutschman and Neustrom go deep, Norfolk splits doubleheader
Adley Rutschman and Robert Neustrom both hit go-ahead, three-run home runs, but Norfolk still found a way to drop the second game. Bruce Zimmermann pitched effectively during a rehab assignment.
The Bowie Baysox go down 2-0 in the Championship Series following an uncharacteristically poor outing from the organization’s top pitching prospect.
The Orioles Double-A affiliate has a couple of nice prospects in the lineup. Cleveland’s affiliate in Akron has more.