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Orioles-Nation was given the opportunity to speak with Keys pitching coach Kennie Steenstra regarding the present and future of Frederick’s pitching prospects, and what he does to keep himself busy during the off-season.
Orioles Nation sat down for an exclusive interview with Frederick Keys phenom, RHP Zach Davies
Life down on the farm is tough. If you don’t consistently perform at a high level, you can expect a demotion. If another player within the system gets a promotion and you’re currently in a slump, you could get a demotion. Nothing is set in stone when it comes to Minor League Baseball, which could […]
On his way to Frederick, Gausman made a stop at Double-A Bowie on Wednesday afternoon.
Bowie pitching coach Kennie Steenstra and Dylan Bundy discuss Dylan’s Bowie debut. (Photo: Ted Williams)
Jumping from organization to organization over the last couple of seasons, Bowie’s utility player Josh Barfield has finally found a home within the Baltimore Orioles’ system.
As a minor league baseball player on the road to the Major Leagues, flexibility is key. Bowie’s utility man Buck Britton is well aware of that.
Baysox RHP Mike Wright discusses his latest outing with Bowie, in which he threw 5 scoreless innings.