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#1 BSLChrisStoner

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 05:59 PM

Camden Depot: http://camdendepot.b... ... -chat.html

Nick Faleris from Camden Depot hosted a chat, reviewing their 25 O's prospects.
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#2 JonathanMitchell

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Posted 14 December 2011 - 10:19 AM

MLB Dirt: We posted our top 16 O's prospects at the end of November. Check it out here: http://mlbdirt.com/2... ... prospects/

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Posted 15 December 2011 - 09:17 AM

FanGraphs: http://www.fangraphs...timore-orioles/

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 05:20 PM

The Oriole Report:
1-10 http://theoriolerepo...prospects-1-10/
11-25 http://theoriolerepo...rospects-11-25/

#5 BobPhelan

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 05:49 PM

Thanks for the link Chris. I'd appreciate any feedback. I'm no scout by any means but I follow the minors on a day by day basis with my Down On the Farm reports.

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 12:36 PM

Beyond the Boxscore: http://www.beyondthe...ospect-rankings

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 04:26 PM

S2S: Just a heads up that we recently published our Orioles organizational prospect list on Seedlings to Stars today:
http://seedlingstost...timore-orioles/

In case you're not aware, our org lists are a little different than what you will find from most sources as we are picking the top prospect in the org for each position (all defensive positions + 5 SP and 2 RP) and then we also select the "next best" 10 regardless of position.

Here's a link to all our articles that are tagged with Baltimore Orioles: http://seedlingstost...timore-orioles/ if you want to peruse our archives.

Oh and thanks to Chris for encouraging me to sign up here and provide you guys with links to our O's based content. I'll try to drop in every now and then for a little discussion or to ask a question here and there as well. I particularly enjoyed the thread on Tillman to the bullpen.

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 08:12 AM

Baseball Prospectus / Goldstein: http://www.baseballp...articleid=15526

Five-Star Prospects
1. Dylan Bundy, RHP
2. Manny Machado, SS
Four-Star Prospects
3. Jonathan Schoop, INF
Three-Star Prospects
4. Nick Delmonico, 3B
5. Jason Esposito, 3B
6. Robert Bundy, RHP
7. Parker Bridwell, RHP
8. Dan Klein, RHP
9. Ryan Adams, 2B
Two-Star Prospects
10. L.J. Hoes, OF
11. Eduardo Rodriguez, LHP

Nine More:
12. Clayton Schrader, RHP: Put up remarkable numbers; fastball/breaker combo has eighth-inning potential.
13. Joe Mahoney, 1B: Massive first baseman didn't get to Double-A until 24 and has yet to unlock power potential.
14. Xavier Avery, OF: Speedster held own in Double-A, but approach is a mess, as is swing.
15. Gabriel Lino, C: Excellent defensive prospect still has to prove he can hit, but there are signs of power.
16. Pedro Florimon, SS: Reached the big leagues in 2011, but scouts don't think plus defender will ever hit.
17. Glynn Davis, OF: Burner with some idea at the plate, but quite raw.
18. Matt Angle, OF: Gritty and all that stuff, but never more than an extra outfielder.
19. Mike Wright, RHP: Third-round pick has size and classic sinker/slider combination.
20. Kyle Hudson, OF: Not as good a baseball player as Angle, but a far better athlete.

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 08:16 AM

We interviewed Goldstein last June (http://baltimorespor...ife.com/?p=2704).

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 12:46 PM

Pretty weak top 11.

I was glad to see Eduardo Rodriguez get some love though. I was beginning to wonder if everyone had forgotten about him.

But the two guys at the top make up for a lot.

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Posted 05 February 2012 - 08:57 AM

Baseball Intellect: http://www.baseball-...prospects-2012/

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Posted 08 February 2012 - 11:51 AM

MASN: Keith Law ranks the O's system 17th overall
http://www.masnsport...s-are-17th.html

#13 Greg Pappas

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Posted 08 February 2012 - 02:14 PM

I agree with Law that we simply are below the threshold of competitive talent, and that will need to change greatly in the next year or two.

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 11:33 AM

Chris St. John from Steal of Home (and formerly a contributor to Beyond the Boxscore, Baseball Prospectus, etc.) has compiled a consensus list of the O's Top 32 Prospects:

http://stealofhome.w...p-32-prospects/


Rank Player Total
1 Dylan Bundy 332
2 Manny Machado 331
3 Jonathan Schoop 305
4 Nick Delmonico 267
5 Jason Esposito 240
6 Parker Bridwell 223
7 L.J. Hoes 211
8 Robert Bundy 205
9 Dan Klein 142
10 Glynn Davis 116
11 Eduardo Rodriguez 105
12 Xavier Avery 104
13 Clay Schrader 84
14 Ryan Adams 72
15 Mike Wright 58
16 Gabriel Lino 52
17 Joe Mahoney 42
18 Tyler Townsend 37
19 Trent Mummey 36
20 Ryan Flaherty 26
21 Roderick Bernadina 24
22 Mychal Givens 23
23 Oliver Drake 17
24 Kyle Simon 11
24 Johnny Ruettiger 11
26 Michael Ohlman 8
27 David Baker 6
27 Zach Davies 6
29 Pedro Florimon 5
30 Matt Angle 3
31 Kyle Hudson 1
31 Cole McCurry 1

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 05:14 PM

Baseball Prospectus / Goldstein: Top 101 List
http://www.baseballp...articleid=16020

Bundy comes in at 6, Machado at 8, and Schoop at 85.

#16 mweb08

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 07:01 PM

The best part about the system is that it should rise a fair amount next year due to likely graduating just about no one and with the infusion of another high pick.

Of course that's also one of the worst parts, meaning there's no immediate help on the horizon.

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 09:35 PM

MLB.com / Ghiroli: O's system stocked with exciting talent
http://baltimore.ori...ws_bal&c_id=bal

"A look at where the Orioles' Top 20 prospects are likely to start the 2012 season."

No. Player Club Level
1 Manny Machado Frederick A+
2 Dylan Bundy Delmarva A
3 Jonathan Schoop Frederick A+
4 Nick Delmonico Delmarva A
5 Jason Esposito Delmarva A
6 Xavier Avery Norfolk AAA
7 Parker Bridwell Delmarva A
8 Glynn Davis Delmarva A
9 Robert Bundy Bowie AA
10 Dan Klein Extended ST
11 Gabriel Lino Delmarva A
12 Ryan Adams Norfolk AAA
13 L.J. Hoes Bowie AA
14 Eduardo Rodriguez Aberdeen SS
15 Joe Mahoney Norfolk AAA
16 Tyler Townsend Extended ST
17 Clayton Schrader Bowie AA
18 Oliver Drake Bowie AA
19 Mike Wright Delmarva A
20 Cole McCurry Bowie AA

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 07:13 PM

With Gausman added, where do you think the O's system will be ranked by most going into 2013?

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Posted 04 June 2012 - 07:19 PM

With Gausman added, where do you think the O's system will be ranked by most going into 2013?


Depends on how Delmonico, Birdwell, Schrader and Wright finish up I think. Gausman should slide in at #3 unless Schoop goes on a TEAR in the 2nd half. If those guys have good seasons I could see them sliding into the top 7-10 orgs.
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Posted 04 June 2012 - 07:30 PM

Depends on how Delmonico, Birdwell, Schrader and Wright finish up I think. Gausman should slide in at #3 unless Schoop goes on a TEAR in the 2nd half. If those guys have good seasons I could see them sliding into the top 7-10 orgs.


This is what I would guess too based on everything I've read.




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