A few Orioles prospects have flown under the radar. Some of them have been through a few road bumps, while some have simply been forgotten. At the end of the day, these players have displayed skills in some aspect of the game that make them useful assets down the road.
Chris Tillman was terrific in the Orioles 6-0 shutout victory over the Chicago White Sox.
The Orioles picked up another dramatic victory with help from home runs off the bats’ of Lew Ford and Nate McLouth.
Steve Johnson pitched the Orioles past the Jays in game two of the series.
Chris Tillman led the way in the Orioles 5-3 victory over the Rangers
The Orioles bounced back after a 5-0 first inning deficit to win 7-5 and two out of three from the Detroit Tigers.
On his way to Frederick, Gausman made a stop at Double-A Bowie on Wednesday afternoon.
Wednesday night, the Orioles stole one away from the Boston Red Sox when, after being no-hit for five innings, they put together a big inning out of nowhere. Thursday, an inning that SHOULD HAVE been big evaporated on the Orioles out of nowhere, and it led to a come from behind win for the Sox. […]
Being no-hit by Red Sox right hander Aaron Cook, the Orioles turned on a dime in the sixth of Wednesday night and put together the big inning the propelled them to a 5-3 win.
Bowie pitching coach Kennie Steenstra and Dylan Bundy discuss Dylan’s Bowie debut. (Photo: Ted Williams)