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RHP Cristian Alvarado Improved In The Second Half of 2017: from @BabyBirdland

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr. A solid second half of the 2017 season gives RHP Cristian Alvarado something to build on as he goes into 2018.Alvarado in 2016 with DelmarvaPhoto: Patrick CaveyPitching in Frederick (Class-A High) in 2017, Alvarado compiled a 7-9 record with a 5.00 ERA and 1.31 WHIP in a span of…

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@Adrian_Marin8 Is In The Middle Of The Middle Infield Prospect Mix: From @BabyBirdland

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr. Named an Eastern League All-Star in 2017, second baseman Adrian Marin has put his name back in the middle infield prospect mix.Photo: Patrick CaveyMarin produced admirably for the Bowie Baysox (Class-AA) and finished the 2017 campaign with a .266/ .308/ .346 slash line. He tallied 23 doubles, 3 triples,…

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C/DH Yermin Mercedes Continued to Impress at the Plate in 2017: from @BabyBirdland

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr In just three seasons in the Baltimore Orioles system, Frederick Keys (Class-A High) C/DH Yermin Mercedes has managed to place himself right in the middle of the list of quality backstop prospects.Photo: Patrick Cavey Mercedes joined the Orioles in September of 2014 as a minor league free agent after three seasons…

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Jesus Liranzo, Looking Back On 2017 & Ahead To The AFL: from @BabyBirdland

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr.Highly regarded in the Baltimore Orioles’ organization, RHP Jesus Liranzo is currently honing his pitching skills in the Arizona Fall League as a member of the Salt River Rafters.Photo: Patrick CaveyRanked as the #22 Orioles’ prospect by MLB Pipeline as well as being ranked as Baby Birdland’s #13 prospect, it…

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ICYMI: Arizona Fall League Gets Underway, Seven O’s Prospects Playing for Salt River Rafters (via @BabyBirdland)

By Contributing Writer: Chuck Boemmel Jr.The Arizona Fall League began its 26th season on Tuesday and the Baltimore Orioles organization is well represented. Seven Orioles’ prospects are playing in the League that calls itself “an off-season ‘graduate school’ for top prospects”.LHP Keegan AkinPhoto: Patrick CaveyThe League consists of 6 teams that will play a 30-game…

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The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 9/9/2017: Playoff Edition, Baysox and Keys Eliminated

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Saturday, September 9th, 2017.

To Recap:  This season, I am highlighting four Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them.  Those players are RHP Jason Garcia (NR), RHP Jesus Liranzo (#22 per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#5) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#17).  Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

 

Jason Garcia (Bowie Baysox): Game 3 lost 6-1: eliminated from series 0-3 vs Altoona Curve: DNP                                                                                                                                   Season stats: 38 games, 6-4, 0 for 1 in saves, 3 holds, 75.1 IP, 5.26 ERA, 1.66 WHIP, 47 R (44 ER), 85 H, 40 BB, 74 K, 5 HBP, .283 BA against

Jesus Liranzo (Bowie Baysox): Game 3 lost 6-1: eliminated from series 0-3 vs Altoona Curve:  DNP                                                                                                                                 Playoff stats: 1 G, 2.0 IP, 3 H, 2 R (ER), 3 BB, 1 K, 1 HBP,  9.00 ERA, 3.00 WHIP, .375 BAA     Season stats: 31 games, 3-4, 12 starts, 2 for 4 in saves, 3 holds, 4.85 ERA, 1.49 WHIP, 65.0 IP, 54 H, 36 R (35 ER), 3 HBP, 43 BB, 75 K, .224 BA against

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox): Game 3 lost 6-1: eliminated from series 0-3 vs Altoona Curve: 1 for 4                                                                                                                       Playoff slash line: .455/ .455/ .818 with 2 runs scored, 1 2B, 1 HR, 1 RBI                               Season slash line: .265/ .319/ .460 with 53 runs scored, 19 2B, 1 3B, 13 HR, 37 RBI, 27 BB, 9 SB, 7 CS                                                                                                                                                     ** named Eastern League Player of the Week (4/6-4/16) **

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys): Game 3 lost 7-1: eliminated from series 1-2 vs Lynchburg Hillcats: 0 for 3                                                                                                                   Playoff slash line: .250/ .364/ .375 with 3 runs scored, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 2 BB                         Season slash line: .324/ .354/ .443 with 11 2B, 1 3B, 4 HR, 25 RBI, 1 SB, 34 runs scored and 9 BB  (Frederick Keys slash line: .302/ .333/ .434)                                                                             ** named Carolina League Player of the Week (8/28-9/4) **

 

Come back every day to keep up with how these four prospects are performing and for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including a daily roundup of all the affiliates’ games, go to BabyBirdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.  Don’t forget to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

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