Baltimore Orioles 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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ROSTER (Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30).

Keegan Akin
Shawn Armstrong
Michael Baumann
Kyle Bradish
Ty Blach
Richard Bleier
Cody Carroll
Miguel Castro
Alex Cobb
Thomas Eshelman
Paul Fry
Brian Gonzalez
DL Hall
Eric Hanhold
Hunter Harvey
David Hess
Branden Kline
Dean Kremer
Wade LeBlanc
Travis Lakins, Sr.
Isaac Mattson
Jorge Lopez
John Means
Evan Phillips
Grayson Rodriguez
Tanner Scott
Chandler Shepherd
Kohl Stewart
Cole Sulser
Dillon Tate
Cesar Valdez
Asher Wojciechowski
Rob Zastryzny
Bruce Zimmermann
Taylor Davis
Bryan Holaday
Adley Rutschman
Pedro Severino
Chance Sisco
Austin Wynns
Hanser Alberto
Chris Davis
Gunnar Henderson
Dilson Herrera
José Iglesias
Richie Martin
Ryan Mountcastle
Tyler Nevin
Renato Núñez
Rio Ruiz
Ramon Urias
Pat Valaika
Terrin Vavra
Andrew Velazquez
Yusniel Diaz
Austin Hays
Ryan McKenna
Cedric Mullins
Anthony Santander
Dwight Smith Jr.
DJ Stewart
Mason Williams

Eight of the Orioles Top 10 midseason prospects are currently in the club’s player pool, including top prospect Adley Rutschman. The only exclusions are the team’s two 2020 draftees, OF Heston Kjerstad and SS Jordan Westburg. Pitchers Keegan Akin, Dean Kremer, Michael Baumann and Bruce Zimmermann also made the cut, as did SS Gunnar Henderson and OF Ryan McKenna.

The Orioles made a pair of deals on the day before this season’s trading deadline. First, they spun lefty Tommy Milone to the Braves for a player to be named later. Hours afterward, they dealt reliever Mychal Givens to the Rockies for infield prospects Terrin Vavra, Tyler Nevin and a player to be named later. 

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