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I've got Cabral with two options.

I agree. This year plus one more.

So I guess in your chart its one option left but it bold for the option this year.

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I agree. This year plus one more.

So I guess in your chart its one option left but it bold for the option this year.

Correct, now that he's been optioned Cabral has one option year remaining.

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Givens should be bold with 2 remaining

Lake should be bold with 0 remaining

Alvarez should be bold with 2 remaining

Steve Johnson has 0 remaining

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Need to add Givens to 40 man. Garcia to 60 day DL.

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When did Alvarez lose one? He was not optioned for 20 days yet? Right?

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Great work. But we had to sign him to a mlb deal and put him on the 40 man or someone could just take him in the rule 5. Hopefully that 4th option would carry over if he got it.

http://m.orioles.mlb.com/roster/40-man/

Orioles Roster

Pitchers

# Name B/T Ht Wt DOB

73 Tim Berry L/L 6'3" 180lbs 3/18/91

35 Brad Brach R/R 6'6" 215lbs 4/12/86

53 Zach Britton L/L 6'3" 195lbs 12/22/87

49 Dylan Bundy S/R 6'1" 200lbs 11/15/92

71 Oliver Drake R/R 6'4" 215lbs 1/13/87

61 Jason Garcia R/R 6'0" 185lbs 11/21/92

39 Kevin Gausman L/R 6'3" 190lbs 1/6/91

60 Mychal Givens R/R 6'0" 210lbs 5/13/90

50 Miguel Gonzalez R/R 6'1" 170lbs 5/27/84

31 Ubaldo Jimenez R/R 6'5" 210lbs 1/22/84

52 Steve Johnson R/R 6'1" 220lbs 8/31/87

? Chris Jones L/L 6'2" 205lbs 9/19/88

17 Brian Matusz L/L 6'5" 190lbs 2/11/87

66 T.J. McFarland L/L 6'3" 219lbs 6/8/89

65 Chaz Roe R/R 6'5" 190lbs 10/9/86

30 Chris Tillman R/R 6'5" 200lbs 4/15/88

63 Tyler Wilson R/R 6'2" 185lbs 9/25/89

? Vance Worley R/R 6'2" 250lbs 9/25/87

59 Mike Wright R/R 6'6" 215lbs 1/3/90

Catchers

# Name B/T Ht Wt DOB

45 Steve Clevenger L/R 5'10" 210lbs 4/5/86

36 Caleb Joseph R/R 6'3" 180lbs 6/18/86

Infield

# Name B/T Ht Wt DOB

3 Ryan Flaherty L/R 6'3" 220lbs 7/27/86

2 J.J. Hardy R/R 6'1" 200lbs 8/19/82

15 Paul Janish R/R 6'2" 200lbs 10/12/82

13 Manny Machado R/R 6'3" 185lbs 7/6/92

43 Rey Navarro S/R 5'10" 185lbs 12/22/89

6 Jonathan Schoop R/R 6'1" 225lbs 10/16/91

34 Christian Walker R/R 6'0" 220lbs 3/28/91

? Andy Wilkins L/R 6'1" 220lbs 9/13/88

Outfield

# Name B/T Ht Wt DOB

12 Dariel Alvarez R/R 6'2" 180lbs 11/7/88

10 Adam Jones R/R 6'2" 215lbs 8/1/85

48 Junior Lake R/R 6'3" 215lbs 3/27/90

9 David Lough L/L 5'10" 175lbs 1/20/86

14 Nolan Reimold R/R 6'4" 205lbs 10/12/83

51 Henry Urrutia L/R 6'5" 200lbs 2/13/87

Designated Hitters

# Name B/T Ht Wt DOB

38 Jimmy Paredes S/R 6'3" 200lbs 11/25/88

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I thought it would be a good idea to start a new thread for the upcoming year which tracks all the 40-man transactions of the Orioles for the 2015 season along with their remaining option years. Just like last year, players who have had an option used for the 2015 season will be shown in BOLD.

Found below are the current members of the 40-man roster and their remaining options. Current number of players on roster is 39.

Three Options Remaining:

- Alvarez

- Chen - FA

- Flaherty

- Garcia

- Joseph

- Machado

Two Options Remaining:

- Gamboa - DFA and MiLBFA

- Navarro - DFA and lost on waivers

- Schoop

- Walker

- Wilson

- M. Wright

- Givens

One Option Remaining:

- Berry - DFA and lost on waivers

- Drake

- Cabral - DFA, outrighted, retained as MiLBFA

- Gausman

- Gonzalez

- McFarland

- Urrutia

No Options Remaining:

- Lake - DFA and lost on waivers

- Brach

- Britton

- Bundy

- Clevenger - traded to Seattle

- Lough - Non-Tendered

- Matusz

- Paredes

- Pearce - FA

- Roe

- Rondon - DFA and lost on waivers

- Tillman

- Steve Johnson - DFA

Need Player Permission to Option (5 years MLB experience):

- Davis - FA

- Hardy

- Jimenez

- A. Jones

- Norris - FA

- O'Day

- Wieters

Three Options Remaining:

- Alvarez

- Bridwell

- Flaherty

- Garcia

- Kim* (contractual?)

- CJones

- Joseph

- CLee

- Machado

- Rickard* (Rule 5 non-optionable)

- Triggs

Two Options Remaining:

- Schoop

- Walker

- Wilson

- M. Wright

- Givens

One Option Remaining:

- Drake

- Cabral (not on 40 man)

- Gausman

- Gonzalez

- McFarland

- Pena

- Reifenhauser

- Urrutia

No Options Remaining:

- Brach

- Britton

- Bundy

- Hoes

- Matusz

- Paredes

- Roe

- Tillman

- Worley

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