This is where we will track significant activity throughout spring training. This will be updated with cuts and additional players acquired throughout the spring.
(3/1) Will make his spring debut tomorrow against the Yankees and lines up for the Opening Day start on April 1st
(3/1) Healthy and will need to pitch himself off this team
(3/1) Healthy will need to pitch himself off this team
(3/1) Allowed two runs in two innings of work on five hits and walk. needed 47 pitches to get through two innings. For some reason though the Orioles are giving him every opportunity to win a spot in the rotation.
Felix Hernandez (NRI)
(3/1) Reportedly looks a little heavy but is healthy and will be given every opportunity to win a spot in the rotation.
Matt Harvey (NRI)
(3/1) Hasn't pitched well in the majors since 2018 and was hammered last year in Kansas City. His lost spin on his stuff but will be given an opportunity to win a spot in the rotation or possibly in the pen.
Wade LeBlanc (NRI)
(3/1) Brought back despite tossing just one good start last year. Changeup pitcher who can provide some depth in the bullpen or as a swingman if needed.
(3/1) If he pitches well he could be in the rotation.
(3/1) Reportedly has looked pretty good in camp so far but hasn't had any success over AAA.
Thomas Eshelman (NRI)
(2/28) Lunch bucket guy got the spring opener but allowed two runs, one earned on a hit and two walks.
(3/1) Heading for AAA
(3/1) Heading for AAA, but pitched out of some trouble in spring debut allowing two base runners but no runs. Fastball sat 88-91 and his threw five changeups out of his 14 pitches.
(2/28) Reportedly has an oblique injury for the second straight spring and will be held back
(3/1) Heading for AAA
(3/1) Down 1.3 MPH off his 2020 velocity, Armstrong allowed a two-run homer in his one inning of work.
(3/1) Rule 5 pick made his spring debut and worked his way out of bases loaded jam. Walked two and allowed a single, needing 28 pitches to get through his frame against mostly minor leaguers. He sat 92-94 mph with fastball and showed a hard curve that he varied from 78-84 MPH but it didn't have a ton of break. Just one outing, but nothing stood out stuff wise as a guy you gotta keep.
Conner Greene (NRI)
2/28 - Struck out two of the three batters he faced and reportedly hit 97 MPH. That will open some eyes.