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From @BabyBirdland: A Look At A Bright Future for Adam Hall in 2018

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr Baltimore Orioles minor league shortstop Adam Hall will look to put his injury behind him and reintroduce himself to fans in 2018.Photo: Baby Birdland Hall, the Orioles’ 2nd round draft pick (60th overall) in 2017, out of A B Lucas Secondary School (London, Ontario, Canada) was sent to the Gulf Coast…

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The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 10/29/2017: The AFL Edition

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my Arizona Fall League prospect report for Sunday, October 29th, 2017.

Background:  This past season, I highlighted four Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects that were personal favorites of mine.  In an article for @BabyBirdland, I explained the reasons why I was watching and highlighting one of them in particular.  The players highlighted were RHP Jason Garcia (NR), RHP Jesus Liranzo (#22 per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#5) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#17).

Jesus Liranzo was assigned to the Salt River Rafters of the AFL so the reports on his game performance continue.

**UPDATE (11/2/2017)**  Jesus Liranzo has returned home to the Dominican Republic for the off-season and to rest.  He is no longer playing in the AFL

**UPDATE (11/5/2017)**  Roch Kubatko reported on Nov. 4th:  “Pitcher Jesus Liranzo is no longer on the Salt River Rafters roster in the Arizona Fall League. He’s been replaced by Ryan Meisinger.  Liranzo made four appearances in relief and posted an 11.57 ERA with six runs and seven hits in 4 2/3 innings. He walked six batters, a control carryover from the 2017 season, and struck out three.  In his last outing on Oct. 25, Liranzo walked three in a scoreless inning. He issued 43 walks in 65 innings this year at Double-A Bowie.  I’ve heard that Liranzo claimed to have “some soreness,” considered to be mild, and the Orioles decided to get him checked out. Nothing serious. Just a precaution.”

 

Jesus Liranzo (Salt River RAFTERS, 6-9-1):  Scheduled Day OFF                          AFL Season TOTALS: 4 Games, 4.2 IP, 6 R (6 ER), 7 H, 3 K, 6 BB, WP,  93 Total Pitches, 11.57 ERA, 2.78 WHIP, .350 BAA

 

Interested in how all seven of the Orioles minor league prospects did last week in the AFL?  You can go to Baby Birdland, “your one-stop shop for all Orioles’ minor league news, notes and analysis”, and read the AFL week 2 roundup HERE

Baby Birdland will be providing weekly roundups from the Arizona Fall league for those interested in how the Orioles prospects are performing.

 

Come back here every day to keep up with how Jesus Liranzo is performing in the AFL, and for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including coverage of the fall and winter leagues as well as the off-season, go to Baby Birdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

 

Remember to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 10/27/2017: The AFL Edition

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my Arizona Fall League prospect report for Friday, October 27th, 2017.

Background:  This past season, I highlighted four Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects that were personal favorites of mine.  In an article for @BabyBirdland, I explained the reasons why I was watching and highlighting one of them in particular.  The players highlighted were RHP Jason Garcia (NR), RHP Jesus Liranzo (#22 per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#5) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#17).

Jesus Liranzo was assigned to the Salt River Rafters of the AFL so the reports on his game performance continue.

 

Jesus Liranzo (Salt River RAFTERS, 6-8-1): LOST 9-8 @ Peoria Javelinas:  DNP                   AFL Season TOTALS: 4 Games, 4.2 IP, 6 R (6 ER), 7 H, 3 K, 6 BB, WP,  93 Total Pitches, 11.57 ERA, 2.78 WHIP, .350 BAA

 

Interested in how all seven of the Orioles minor league prospects did last week in the AFL?  You can go to Baby Birdland, “your one-stop shop for all Orioles’ minor league news, notes and analysis”, and read the AFL week 2 roundup HERE

Baby Birdland will be providing weekly roundups from the Arizona Fall league for those interested in how the Orioles prospects are performing.

 

Come back here every day to keep up with how Jesus Liranzo is performing in the AFL, and for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including coverage of the fall and winter leagues as well as the off-season, go to Baby Birdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

 

Remember to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 10/26/2017: The AFL Edition

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my Arizona Fall League prospect report for Thursday, October 26th, 2017.

Background:  This past season, I highlighted four Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects that were personal favorites of mine.  In an article for @BabyBirdland, I explained the reasons why I was watching and highlighting one of them in particular.  The players highlighted were RHP Jason Garcia (NR), RHP Jesus Liranzo (#22 per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#5) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#17).

Jesus Liranzo was assigned to the Salt River Rafters of the AFL so the reports on his game performance continue.

 

Jesus Liranzo (Salt River RAFTERS, 6-7-1): TIED 4-4 after 11 innings @ Scottsdale Scorpions:  DNP                                                                                                                    AFL Season TOTALS: 4 Games, 4.2 IP, 6 R (6 ER), 7 H, 3 K, 6 BB, WP,  93 Total Pitches, 11.57 ERA, 2.78 WHIP, .350 BAA

 

Interested in how all seven of the Orioles minor league prospects did last week in the AFL?  You can go to Baby Birdland, “your one-stop shop for all Orioles’ minor league news, notes and analysis”, and read the AFL week 2 roundup HERE

Baby Birdland will be providing weekly roundups from the Arizona Fall league for those interested in how the Orioles prospects are performing.

 

Come back here every day to keep up with how Jesus Liranzo is performing in the AFL, and for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including coverage of the fall and winter leagues as well as the off-season, go to Baby Birdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

 

Remember to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 10/25/2017: The AFL Edition

 

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my Arizona Fall League prospect report for Wednesday, October 25th, 2017.

Background:  This past season, I highlighted four Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects that were personal favorites of mine.  In an article for @BabyBirdland, I explained the reasons why I was watching and highlighting one of them in particular.  The players highlighted were RHP Jason Garcia (NR), RHP Jesus Liranzo (#22 per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#5) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#17).

Jesus Liranzo was assigned to the Salt River Rafters of the AFL so the reports on his game performance continue.

 

Jesus Liranzo (Salt River RAFTERS, 6-7): WON 8-2 vs Scottsdale Scorpions:  1.0 IP, 3 BB, 1 K, 26 total pitches                                                                                                             AFL Season TOTALS: 4 Games, 4.2 IP, 6 R (6 ER), 7 H, 3 K, 6 BB, WP,  93 Total Pitches, 11.57 ERA, 2.78 WHIP, .350 BAA

 

Interested in how all seven of the Orioles minor league prospects did last week in the AFL?  You can go to Baby Birdland, “your one-stop shop for all Orioles’ minor league news, notes and analysis”, and read the AFL week 2 roundup HERE

Baby Birdland will be providing weekly roundups from the Arizona Fall league for those interested in how the Orioles prospects are performing.

 

Come back here every day to keep up with how Jesus Liranzo is performing in the AFL, and for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including coverage of the fall and winter leagues as well as the off-season, go to Baby Birdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

 

Remember to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

RHP Matthias Dietz Struggled in 2017, Still Has Stuff to Like: from @BabyBirdland

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr A solid 2018 season will go a long way in helping RHP Matthias Dietz live up to the lofty expectations some in the organization have placed on him.Photo: Patrick Cavey Dietz was selected 69th overall in the second round of the 2016 MLB Draft. The Baltimore Orioles selected him out of…

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