Stowers homers as Norfolk scores 10 runs in six-inning win, its sixth victory in seven games.
With Adley Rutschman now a major leaguer, other big-name prospects are making a case to join him in Baltimore soon.
The Tides supported Grayson Rodriguez and his 9 K’s by bashing Charlotte pitching, with Kyle Stowers alone going yard three times.
Only Norfolk got the win on a disappointing night on the farm.
Three of the four Orioles affiliates were winners on Friday night. Only Aberdeen getting shut out stopped a system sweep.
Coby Mayo went deep twice while two IronBirds pitchers combined for 16 strikeouts. Elsewhere, Adley Rutschman delivered an RBI single and Gunnar Henderson got on base again.
Norfolk and Delmarva win on a day filled with home runs from some of the organization’s most important bats.
Grayson Rodriguez dominates, Adley Rutschman goes deep to headline the night for Orioles affiliates. And, oh yeah, Gunnar Henderson kept raking.
One Orioles affiliate has the best record in its league. The rest are below .500.
Bowie got swept in a doubleheader, while Aberdeen and Delmarva came away winners on Sunday.
As has become a custom, Aberdeen was the only O’s affiliate to win tonight, but Bowie put up plenty of offensive fireworks.
Adley Rutschman went deep and Grayson Rodriguez struck out eight over five innings of one-run ball.
Bowie was the lone winner on the farm thanks to another outstanding start from Ryan Watson and big nights at the plate for Andrew Daschbach and Jordan Westburg.
Gutierrez, Diaz among the hitters backing the lefty up as Norfolk gets the win against Memphis.
Gunnar Henderson won Eastern League Player of the Week honors in an action-packed week for Bowie, while Adley Rutschman and D.L. Hall made their way to Norfolk.
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After the rain, two Orioles minors teams played Sunday doubleheaders. Both of them swept, while Norfolk and Aberdeen took a loss.
A win, a loss, and two washouts
Two of the four Orioles affiliates were rained out on Friday. Things were fun with Norfolk as Rutschman joined in.
Adley Rutschman and D.L. Hall are moving on up! Hall threw plenty of strikes while Bowie and Delmarva batters worked lots of walks.
Neustrom went deep for Norfolk, Bowie’s offense broke out, Roth was sublime for Aberdeen, and it was a group effort at Delmarva.
While Norfolk gets the win, Gunnar Henderson homers twice in Double-A for the Baysox.
Three of the four Orioles affiliates went 1-5 over the last week. Ouch.
Otherwise, Sunday Orioles minor-league baseball was forgettable, with one game rained out and the other three ugly losses.
Only one affiliate won last night. It was the one with baseball’s top prospect.
The Orioles’ #5 prospect tossed four scoreless for Aberdeen, the only O’s affiliate to win on Friday.
In which old meets new as O’s No. 8 prospect Kyle Bradish makes his MLB debut against the 42-year-old junkballer Rich Hill.
Coby Mayo homered for the third consecutive night and Tyler Nevin stayed hot at Norfolk.
Rutschman continues his rehab, offenses breakout in Bowie and Aberdeen, while the pitching staffs get bombed in Norfolk and Delmarva.
Baltimore’s No. 1 prospect returns from injury by going 1-for-2 for Aberdeen in a win over Jersey Shore.
You can’t win ‘em all, right? O’s affiliates had been on fire until this weekend. At least the Tides keep on hitting.
It was a rocky night in the minor leagues, with every Orioles affiliate in the loss column.
Another Friday highlight for the Orioles farm was Cesar Prieto hitting his fourth and fifth homers of the season.