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About Slade-OH

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  • Birthday 5/14/1990

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    Columbia, SC and Baltimore, MD
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    Orioles, Ravens, College and High School Baseball, and Women
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    F.B.I. (Female Body Inspector)
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    Adam Jones, Steve Pearce (Gamecock Bias)
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    Brooks Robinson
  1. From Baseball America this morning... Zac Lowther, lhp, Orioles. A supplemental second-round pick from Xavier, Lowther isn't overpowering (87-92 mph) but pounds the zone while deception helps his offerings play up. He's off to a terrific start at short-season Aberdeen, including Tuesday, when he delivered five, two-hit innings against Lowell (Red Sox). Lowther is 1-0, 0.63 with 19 strikeouts and just two walks in 14.1 innings.
  2. OF Austin Hays Named Orioles’ Organizational Player of the Month BOWIE, Md.- Bowie Baysox OF Austin Hays was named the Baltimore Orioles Organizational Player of the Month for June, as announced by the club’s Player Development Department on Monday afternoon. Frederick LHP Keegan Akin was named the Organizational Pitcher of the Month. In 26 games between Frederick and Bowie, Hays hit .373 with eight home runs and 22 RBI during the month. The Jacksonville University product was promoted to Bowie on June 22 and made his Double-A debut in a game at Binghamton that night. The promotion came on the heels of a 5-5 performance in his final game with the Keys on June 18. Hays hit safely in all eight of his games with the Baysox in June and hit his first Eastern League home run in game one of a doubleheader on June 25 at Erie. The Daytona Beach, Fla., native went 4-5 with a home run and four RBI in his final game of the month, a 9-3 win over Altoona on June 29. Hays is the third Baysox player to receive an Orioles monthly award this season after LHP John Means and LHP Tanner Scott were named the Organizational Pitcher of the Month in April and May, respectively.
  3. Cole Haring - OF - R/R - 5'10", 170lbs - DOB: 05/18/97
  4. The Orioles take the son of hitting coach Scott Coolbaugh with their 36th round pick. Tyler Coolbaugh - SS - S/R - 6'2", 190lbs - DOB: 10/29/93
  5. Keegan Collette - RHP - 6'4", 210lbs - DOB: 07/27/98
  6. Tim Naughton - RHP - 6'3", 195lbs - DOB: 11/14/95
  7. Ryan Wilson - LHP - 6'1", 190lbs - DOB: 11/06/96
  8. Max Hogan - 2B - L/R - 5'11" 195lbs - DOB: 09/24/93
  9. Robbie Thorburn - OF - L/R - 5'11" 190lbs - DOB: 03/30/95
  10. 30 down, 10 to go. Orioles draft another senior outfielder. Will Robertson - OF - R/R - 6'2", 190lbs - DOB: 03/02/95 Hitting Statistics Career Hitting Statistics Season AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2014 .250 11 2 12 1 3 2 0 0 0 .417 0 0 5 1 .250 0 0 0 2 0 2 .500 2015 .275 33 21 80 10 22 4 0 0 13 .325 10 3 16 2 .368 2 0 1 37 1 2 .950 2016 .210 40 25 100 20 21 6 0 3 11 .360 4 3 18 1 .262 0 0 5 44 1 2 .957 2017 .333 61 61 258 61 86 19 2 18 48 .632 20 10 33 3 .399 3 0 4 118 3 3 .976 Total .293 145 109 450 92 132 31 2 21 72 .511 34 16 72 7 .360 5 0 10 201 5 9 .958
  11. Matt Hammonds - LHP - 6'4", 205lbs - DOB: 05/23/95 Senior SEASON ERA W L App GS CG SHO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF BAvg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 2014 4.26 2 0 9 7 0 0 0 31.2 34 21 15 6 17 6 0 1 137 .281 2 2 0 2 6 2015 6.14 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 7.1 10 7 5 5 8 0 0 0 40 .323 1 1 0 2 1 2016 3.13 4 3 13 11 0 0 0 54.2 50 23 19 18 38 5 1 3 233 .243 5 4 1 1 4 2017 2.98 4 2 12 12 0 0 0 63.1 60 30 21 14 48 14 1 3 267 .251 2 4 0 2 8 Total 3.44 10 5 39 30 0 0 0 157 154 81 60 43 111 25 2 7 677 .258 10 11 1 7 19
  12. Zach Jarrett - OF - R/R - 6'4", 220lbs - DOB: 12/08/94 Senior Hitting Statistics Career Hitting Statistics Season AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB PO A E FLD% 2014 .248 44 42 141 18 35 5 1 2 17 .340 3 4 36 3 .284 0 4 1 85 6 5 .948 2015 .209 48 48 172 25 36 4 1 7 32 .366 11 7 44 3 .278 4 4 3 136 5 3 .979 2016 .248 55 55 214 26 53 10 3 4 33 .379 15 4 58 4 .305 3 1 1 89 2 1 .989 2017 .342 58 58 237 48 81 8 1 13 45 .549 18 8 37 5 .398 6 1 7 123 6 2 .985 Total .268 205 203 764 117 205 27 6 26 127 .421 47 23 175 15 .325 13 10 12 433 19 11 .976
  13. The Orioles take a college third baseman with their 25th round pick. Yahn is a junior. Willy Yahn - 3B - R/R - 5'11", 185lbs - DOB: 11/07/95 From UConn's website... 2016 Summer: Played for the Bourne Braves in the prestigious Cape Cod League...Despite breaking his hand in the NCAA Tournament, competed in 49 games for the Braves, including the CCBL Playoffs, and was recognized as a CCBL All-Star...recorded a .290 AVG with 51 hits consisting of eight doubles, two triples and 13 RBI’s...recorded 14 multi-hit games...used primarily in the leadoff spot as a Brave. 2016 Season: An American Athletic Conference First Team member… Named to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Northeast Second Team… One of two Huskies to start in all 63 games…. Hit a team-best .319 as the team’s primary third baseman… Led The American with 88 total hits and ranked among the top-10 in batting average (.319), runs (48), doubles (20) and RBIs (46)… Tallied a team-best 25 multi-hit efforts and recorded four of the Huskies’ nine four-hit contests… Stole seven bases in 10 attempts… Tallied three hits in five at-bats with a pair of RBIs in the Huskies’ NCAA Regional victory over Georgia Tech (June 3)… Posted seven-straight multi-hit efforts from May 14-25… Had four hits, scored two runs and picked up two RBIs in a win over URI on May 17… Tallied a career-best five RBIs and picked up four hits in a win against William & Mary on March 11. 2015 Season: Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-American...American Athletic Conference Second Team All-Conference....NEIBA All-New England Second Team...played in 46 games, starting the final 43 at third base...finished fifth in The American with a .342 batting average...added six doubles, two triples, three home runs and 31 RBIs...scored 28 runs and stole four bases...finished among the national leaders with 12.3 at bats per strikeout, going down on strikes only 13 times in 172 at bats...recorded 18 multi-hit games...had a hit in his collegiate debut vs. Siena (Feb. 21)...hit a two-run home run in his first career start at William & Mary (March 18)...went 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and four RBIs vs. Yale (March 24)...had four more RBIs and another triple at CCSU (March 25)...had two hits, a double, two runs and two RBIs vs. Boston College (March 31)...went 3-for-6 with two RBIs at No. 12 UCF (April 11)...scored three times and hit a late two run home run vs. Holy Cross (April 29)...had three hits and two RBIs at East Carolina (May 1)...went 4-for-5 at Rhode Island (May 12)...had five hits in four games at the American Championship (May 20-23). High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Housatonic...two-time CHSCA All-State...three-time Berkshire League All-Conference...three-time All-Area for Litchfield County and 2014 All-Area MVP...2014 Perfect Game All-Region honorable mention...two-time Perfect Game Underclass All-American honorable mention...hit .662 as a junior and .590 as a senior...struck out only once in his final two high school seasons...was also a pitcher as a junior and senior, winning 15 games and striking out 206 batters...won the Berskshire Leauge Steve Reich Pitcher of the Year Award twice...Played soccer as well at Housatonic, starting at goalkeeper for four years and earning a pair of All-State nods...Holds the Housatonic record with 23 shutouts in goal...won the Student Athlete Award as a senior and was an honors student. Personal: William Wallace Yahn...Born Nov. 7, 1995...Son of Walter and Joanie Yahn...Has two older sisters, Ellie and Maggie...Journalism major. Batting SEASON AVG GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 2015 .343 46 - 43 172 28 59 6 2 3 31 78 .453 10 4 13 3 .388 2 5 4 - 7 2016 .319 63 - 63 276 48 88 20 4 3 46 125 .453 9 8 19 7 .355 3 5 7 - 10 2017 .317 48 - 48 189 36 60 12 2 2 26 82 .434 13 7 13 3 .376 4 2 6 - 9 TOTAL .325 157 - 154 637 112 207 38 8 8 103 285 .447 32 19 45 13 .370 9 12 17 - 26 http://journalism.uconn.edu/2017/01/13/blood-sweat-and-dirt-the-willy-yahn-way/
  14. The Orioles go back to the high school ranks, this time to select a prep shortstop from Canada Jason Willow - SS - 6'2", 172lbs - DOB: 04/13/99
  15. If some is good, more is better. Orioles make it three straight rounds with a catcher. Bryndan Arredondo - C - R/R - 5'10", 209lbs - DOB: 11/08/94