Orioles’ Adley Rutschman Excited About First Taste Of Major League Spring Training

Adley Rutschman is getting his first true taste of the major leagues as a non-roster invitee to big-league spring training. “I’m very ready for the start of the season,” Rutschman said. “So, big-league camp is going to be a great experience.”

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Matt Kremnitzer: Five Near-Ready Orioles Prospects I’m Excited To See In 2020

With the Orioles rebuilding, the major-league roster is ever-changing. Matt Kremnitzer shares five near-ready prospects he’s excited to see in 2020.

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Orioles Prospect Michael Baumann: Completing No-Hitter ‘Pretty Awesome’

Orioles pitching prospect Michael Baumann threw a no-hitter for Double-A Bowie July 16, which marked his first nine-inning complete game as a pro. “I don’t even know if I’ve ever pitched into the ninth,” Baumann said, “so just to be in that kind of situation was pretty awesome.”

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Jim Callis: Orioles’ Adley Rutschman Arguably The No. 2 Prospect In Baseball

Orioles top draft pick Adley Rutschman may be the No. 2 prospect in baseball, according to MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis. “I think you could make the argument, if you wanted to grade based strictly on tools and position scarcity … you could probably put him right up near the top,” he said.

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Orioles Prospect Adley Rutschman: Outside Expectations ‘Not Even Close To The Ones I Put On Myself’

Adley Rutschman has already embraced his role and the pressures that come with being the No. 1 overall pick of the 2019 MLB Draft. “People put a lot of expectations on me,” Rutschman said, “but I always feel like they’re not even close to the ones I put on myself.”

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