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I think our AAA rotation is better right now than our MLB rotation. Actually, our Frederick rotation might be better right now than the MLB rotation.

What is the typical path for DSL players? I am intrigued by Placencia. Any chance we see him at Delmarva any time soon? 

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27 minutes ago, Aristotelian said:

I think our AAA rotation is better right now than our MLB rotation. Actually, our Frederick rotation might be better right now than the MLB rotation.

What is the typical path for DSL players? I am intrigued by Placencia. Any chance we see him at Delmarva any time soon? 

DSL players who perform well are likely to go to the GCL so even even Placencia stays after extended spring and makes the GCL team it's unlikely you'd see him until 2021 at Delmarva and that's probably a best case scenario, assuming he does well in the GCL.    Very few players go straight from the DSL to a full season team or even make one anytime during the next season.   I certainly don't know the stats but that's what I believe.

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21 minutes ago, RZNJ said:

DSL players who perform well are likely to go to the GCL so even even Placencia stays after extended spring and makes the GCL team it's unlikely you'd see him until 2021 at Delmarva and that's probably a best case scenario, assuming he does well in the GCL.    Very few players go straight from the DSL to a full season team or even make one anytime during the next season.   I certainly don't know the stats but that's what I believe.

Just looking at the dozen or so foreign players under 20 years old in the Sally League last year, only one went from the DSL to the Sally without spending all or a major part of a season in US rookie ball.   There were a few of the under-20 group in the Sally who had played US rookie ball without ever playing in the DSL, however.    

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On 2/10/2020 at 2:57 PM, Aristotelian said:

What is the typical path for DSL players?

In our organization? Historically, nearly no precedent.

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Great work on the Depth Charts !

Lots of decisions for Elias.  Everything in flux.

Orioles:  I'd put Mancini in RF, Davis at 1B and Sisco to AAA to refine his swing.  Too much potential to not give him a shot at being the offensive Catcher he may be.  Outside shot for Mullins to be Bench OF, while Smith gets released or 5th OF'r until Steward back from inj. and rehab. Kohl Stewart is a high pedigree project and will got to AAA or even AA. Bailey or Rucker will be 5th SP.

AAA:  McKenna to AAA even if Mullins doesn't make 4th OF.  Note that DJ Stewart is IL and I believe he goes to O's after quick AAA Rehab. 

Frederick:   I love Welk at 3B and they will push due to Draft as college Sr. and lack of 3B options.  I also see Stowers in Fred. with Watson staying at Delmarva.  Gunnar's a top  prospect, I think they push to SS at Delmarva, with Hernaiz to Aberdeen.  Will play SS until he proves he can't imo.

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There has been some roster movement in the last few days as far as the milb team websites.  Bowie has added catcher Daniel Fajardo and former GCL infielders Carlos Baez and Josue Herrera are listed on their roster as well.  Frederick only has one 3B, Patrick Dorrian and the Ironbirds have only one as well, Trevor Putzig.  Delmarva has JC Encarnacion and Toby Welk listed.  I don’t think anything is set, nor does it need to be as the sport has no opening in sight but I’m seeing some movement.  For several weeks, Brett Cumberland was the only catcher listed at Bowie.  

Overall, the Ironbirds and especially Shorebirds look outstanding on paper....again. But this year’s Keys could be much improved as a team.

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I'd be shocked if Josue Herrera moved to Bowie for any reason other than some internal paper shuffling. That said, good catch on the roster movement, I would've missed it. I'm kinda checked out tbh.

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49 minutes ago, Enjoy Terror said:

I'd be shocked if Josue Herrera moved to Bowie for any reason other than some internal paper shuffling. That said, good catch on the roster movement, I would've missed it. I'm kinda checked out tbh.

Of course, I would be surprised too.  There are positive signs in his profile to be sure but skipping all of A does seem like a filing or pre-roster arranging situation.  I’m looking everyday and trying to find out what I can.  I’m also just about out of video to look at from camp so if you’re in any way looking for something to watch O’s minors related from 2020 

 

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