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.
A dramatic victory in a win-or-go-home game propelled Bowie to the Northeast League Championship Series, while Aberdeen and Delmarva finished their 2021 seasons.
Baysox come back from two runs down in must-win game to reach Northeast League Championship Series.
Orioles minor league recap 9/18: Norfolk’s Kyle Stowers delivers walk-off game-winning hit in extras
There was a lot of excitement in the minors last night, which included superb pitching, a shutout, a walk-off win, and a blowout. What more could you ask for?
Kyle Stowers went deep, but Bowie finally lost a game to the Altoona Curve.
Baseball’s top pitching prospect continued to impress with another sterling outing at Double-A.
Bowie extends winning streak to nine with doubleheader sweep, while McCoy, Rutschman lead Norfolk to victory.
Four levels of the minor leagues are playing their final games this week. Of the Orioles affiliates, only Bowie has a postseason shot.
Bowie’s flawless week put the team within a game of a postseason spot with one week remaining.
The Baysox were the only Orioles affiliate to win last night, as offense was the problem at other levels of the minors.
Grayson Rodriguez pitched three scoreless innings, and four Baysox players went deep against Harrisburg.
The Baysox swept a double-header, and Aberdeen’s offense erupted for nine runs.
Two of the four Orioles affiliates were winners Tuesday, with strong performances from a number of top prospects.
The new class of Orioles draftees continued to lay waste to Low-A pitching, but the offense scuffled at Norfolk while Bowie lost a crucial series.
Left fielder swats two home runs as Tides win in walk-off; Aberdeen scores a whole lot of runs in win over Jersey Shore.
Orioles minor league recap 9/5: Delmarva scores 21 runs on six home runs as Jean Pinto strikes out 11
It was a blowout for the Shorebirds, who are chasing a playoff spot.
Young third baseman Coby Mayo flashed his power at the plate last night for the Shorebirds, while Grayson Rodriguez was dominant for Bowie, and much more.
Johnny Rizer had a big night at the plate, and Patrick Dorrian added a blast of his own during a Bowie doubleheader.
Rain in the area meant there wasn’t a ton of minor league action on Wednesday.
The Shorebirds and Baysox are both fighting for postseason spots, but Tuesday night was much happier for the former than for the latter.
Minor league seasons are heading into their last few weeks. Two Orioles affiliates have a shot to play for a championship.
Bowie hits four home runs, while Rutschman helps lead the way for Norfolk with two hits.
Only one out four Orioles affiliates won on Saturday, but all of the starters pitched well.
While the Tides won last night in dramatic fashion, all three other O’s affiliates were in the loss column.
Lamar Sparks took a rehabbing Noah Syndergaard deep, while Zac Lowther made a rehab appearance of his own. Hudson Haskin fractured his thumb and will not return in 2021.