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I thought it might be fun to have one thread where we can keep updating how the new Orioles are doing. I didn't get to watch, but it looks like Phillips and Carroll were decent last night.

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45 minutes ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

I thought it might be fun to have one thread where we can keep updating how the new Orioles are doing. I didn't get to watch, but it looks like Phillips and Carroll were decent last night.

Hope they are doing well.

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I haven’t gotten to see Phillips or Carrol?  What are they looking like other than the stat lines?

It’s pretty funny that Villar could have better results than Schoop over the course of the next 1.5 seasons Schoop will be there. 

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Phillips looked good.

Fastball 93-95 (which is a little lower than usual for him) with late life, good ride up in the zone. It misses bats. Was able to hit the glove with it a number of times, solid command.

Changeup 87-88 with decent armside fade, average pitch last night, which is the best I’ve seen it.

Only threw one slider, it looked like it slipped out of his hand.

Carroll was ok, FB 96-97 which is on the low side for him, pretty flat, slider was good but not the best I’ve seen from him.

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Yeah, pretty much agree with Luke.  I thought Phillips looked pretty good.  

Haven't been impressed by Carroll in his 2 outings, he was barrelled up pretty well a few times in both appearances and I don't think I've seen him throw a good breaking ball yet.  But obviously not going to take too much from 2 innings.

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I saw in one of the other threads a list of all the acquired players. Does anyone remember which one that was in? 

I would like a list so I can look up certain players every once in a while and keep track of their progress, and what level they are in.

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8 minutes ago, Luke-OH said:

Jonathan Villar - 2B - MLB

Cody Carroll - RHRP - MLB

Evan Phillips - RHRP - MLB

Josh Rogers - LHSP - AAA

Luis Ortiz - RHSP - AAA

Breyvic Valera - Utility IF - AAA

Dillon Tate - RHSP - AA

Dean Kremer - RHSP - AA

Yusniel Diaz - OF - AA

Rylan Bannon - 2B/3B - AA

Brett Cumberland - C - AA

Zach Pop - RHRP - AA

Bruce Zimmerman - LHSP - AA

Jean Carlos Encarnacion - 3B - A

Jean Carmona - SS - Short Season A

Awesome...now I need to find a way to save this before it gets buried in comments.

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1 hour ago, maybenxtyr said:

I saw in one of the other threads a list of all the acquired players. Does anyone remember which one that was in? 

I would like a list so I can look up certain players every once in a while and keep track of their progress, and what level they are in.

This is what I had posted in the 'Grade the Rebuild, Phase 1' thread:

 

On 8/1/2018 at 1:55 PM, Greg Pappas said:

To expand upon a previous post, here is a recap of the deals thus far:

For Manny Machado we received from the Dodgers--

  • 21-year old OF Yusniel Diaz, R/R, 6'1 195, Signed w/Dodgers 2015, IFA Cuba
  • 22-year old RHSP Dean Kremer, R/R, 6'3 180, Draft: 2016, Dodgers, 14th rd., College: UNLV
  • 22-year old 3B/2B Rylan Bannon, R/R, 5'10 180, Draft: 2017, Dodgers, 8th rd., College: Xavier
  • 21-year old RHRP Zach Pop, R/R, 6'4 220, Draft: 2017, Dodgers, 7th rd., College: Kentucky
  • 26-year old UTIL Breyvic Valera, S/R, 5'11 160, Signed w/Cardinals 2010, IFA Venezuela


For Zach Britton we received from the Yankees--

  • 24-year old RHSP Dillon Tate, R/R, 6'2 195, Draft: 2015, Rangers, 1st rd., College: UCSB
  • 25-year old RHRP Cody Carroll, R/R, 6'5 215, Draft: 2015, Yankees, 22nd rd., College: Southern Mississippi
  • 24-year old LHSP Josh Rogers, L/L, 6'3 220, Draft: 2015, Yankees, 11th rd., College: Louisville


For Brad Brach we received from the Braves--

  • $250,000 in International signing bonus allocation money


For Kevin Gausman we received from the Braves--

  • 2.5 million in International signing bonus allocation money
  • 20-year old 3B Jean Carlos Encarnacion, R/R, 6'3 195
  • 23-year old Catcher Brett Cumberland, S/R, 5'11 205, Draft: 2016, Braves, 2nd rd. (76th overall) College: California
  • 23-year old LHSP Bruce Zimmerman, L/L, 6'3 215, Draft: 2017, Braves, 5th rd. College: Mt. Olive & Towson U. (Born in Baltimore, MD) Here's an interesting read on him
  • 23-year old RHRP Evan Phillips, R/R 6'2 215, Draft: 2015 Braves 17th rd., College: UNC Wilmington (Born in Salisbury, MD)


For Jonathan Schoop we received- from the Brewers-

  • 22-year old RHSP Luis Ortiz, R/R, 6'3 230, Draft: 2014 Rangers 1st rd. (30th overall) Sanger HS (CA)
  • 18-year old SS Jean Carmona, S/R, 6'1 183, Signed w/Brewers 2016, IFA Dominican Republic
  • 27-year old Infielder Jonathan Villar, R/R, 6'1 215, Signed w/Phillies 2008, IFA Dominican Republic
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2 hours ago, Luke-OH said:

Jonathan Villar - 2B - MLB

17-Cody Carroll - RHRP - MLB

Evan Phillips - RHRP - MLB

Josh Rogers - LHSP - AAA

7-Luis Ortiz - RHSP - AAA

Breyvic Valera - Utility IF - AAA

6-Dillon Tate - RHSP - AA

16-Dean Kremer - RHSP - AA

1-Yusniel Diaz - OF - AA

23-Rylan Bannon - 2B/3B - AA

30-Brett Cumberland - C - AA

27-Zach Pop - RHRP - AA

Bruce Zimmerman - LHSP - AA

15-Jean Carlos Encarnacion - 3B - A

14-Jean Carmona - SS - Short Season A

And that is where they fit into top 30 for the Os. With Diaz at 56 in top 100 and Mountcastle is 70 in top 100

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1 minute ago, sevastras said:

And that is where they fit into top 30 for the Os. With Diaz at 56 in top 100 and Mountcastle is 70 in top 100

Should we put them in order? 😁😉

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How solid have Villar's hits been? Or does he beat out infield grounders? Maybe he'll do for us what Beckham did last season. I saw that Schoop is 0 for 12 with 8 Ks.

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1 minute ago, LA2 said:

How solid have Villar's hits been? Or does he beat out infield grounders? Maybe he'll do for us what Beckham did last season. I saw that Schoop is 0 for 12 with 8 Ks.

His hits have all be solid hits, either grounders to the of or line drives.

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