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  1. Which players from Triple A, and Double A have the best chance for the September Callups this year? Who would be your 15 players to bring up?
  2. The next player to make his Orioles debut will be the 1,000th in franchise history. Who will it be? Paul Folkemer profiles eight possible candidates. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/06/30/who-will-be-the-1-000th-player-in-orioles-history
  3. Could Orioles prospects Christian Walker and Dariel Alvarez make it to the big leagues this season? PressBox takes a look at their numbers. Link: http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/06/18/orioles-prospects-christian-walker-dariel-alvarez-waiting-for-call-up
  4. Dariel Alvarez, one of the top position player prospects in the system, is off to a real disappointing start at Norfolk batting just .232/.265/.335 in 162 PA on the season. Being the numbers geek that I am, I'm here to tell you I think he is actually doing just fine and should heat up at the plate soon using a good old fashioned saber metric argument. Don't let 162 disappointing PA get you down on him just yet. Why? Because, taking a deeper look at the numbers, I see three very interesting things going on here. 2014 Alvarez: .306/.330/.472, 11% K percentage, 16.5% Line Drive Rate, .320 BAB
  5. Keith Law released his list of top farm system graded 1-30 today. The birds clocked in at no. 22 on the list. Worth noting that the O's DID graduated Gausman and Schoop from last year's list, traded Eduardo Rodriguez, and didn't have a 1st or 2nd round pick in the 2014 draft. Do you think that is a fair evaluation of the current state of the farm? Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with how the farm system has progressed under Duquette's watch? Also, fangraphs released their grading of the Orioles top 20 prospects a few days ago. The list was compiled by Kiley McDaniel, a well respected mind
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