Five Most Intriguing Young Orioles Following Truncated 2020 Season

Matt Kremnitzer says the best sign of what’s ahead for the Orioles is the progress of young players who showed real promise this season, from Ryan Mountcastle to Tanner Scott.

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Orioles Reload With Young Arms For Final Stretch Of Season

The Orioles are hoping Keegan Akin, Dean Kremer and Bruce Zimmermann will be the future of the rotation. “We’re excited to give these guys the opportunity to pitch in the big leagues right now and to evaluate them,” Brandon Hyde said.

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Orioles Prospect Gunnar Henderson Has ‘Enjoyed The Challenge’ At Bowie

Orioles prospect Gunnar Henderson doesn’t believe his development has been negatively impacted by the absence of minor-league games. “Being able to see these [upper-level] guys, the pitching and the harder ground balls hit, I feel like it helped my development that much more.”

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Dean Kremer’s Debut Significant Outside Of Baltimore, Too … Just Ask Jerry Narron

Jim Henneman talked with Jerry Narron, the former Orioles third base coach and current Red Sox bench coach who also assisted with Israel’s team in the 2017 World Baseball Classic, about the impact of Dean Kremer’s debut as the first Israeli citizen to play in the major leagues.

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With Productive Weekend Behind Him, Ryan Mountcastle Excited To Help Orioles

Now that Ryan Mountcastle has made his MLB debut, Orioles manager Brandon Hyde said he’s going to play a lot. “We’re going to give him a lot of work in left field, possibly play some first base also,” Hyde said, “but give him a lot of at-bats for the next 30-plus games.”

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