I probably wouldn't have guessed that one. Royce Lewis did just take a significant ding.
The Twins are obviously doing lots of stuff right but I feel like our path past them is a Cruz/Donaldson tapering off and them simply not being able to afford the very good team they've constructed.
I think I think by 2023 we're almost as likely to have Berrios/Buxton/Rogers as they are
Elias’ goal is to amass talent. With that in mind, he’s going to keep one of the R5s, and my current vote is for Wells. He also wants to avoid DFAs, unless he can add someone clearly better. So he’s only going to add one contract, and at the moment, that looks like LeBlanc.
Fry may be in Danger. He’s been meh so far.
the NRIs are going back to wherever they came from, though one or two have looked good. Greene, and a guy who skips my mind ATM.
I wish we knew which guys were in the games specifically working on certain pitches and didn’t care about the result, and which guys were trying to get hits/outs and just being bad.
Overall, Fangraphs has evaluated 12 farm systems so far, and the Orioles rank 5th in that group:
TBR $558 mm (62 players)
MIN $314.5 mm (39)
PIT $263.5 mm (51)
CWS $232 mm (34)
BAL $230.5 mm (45)
If Akin (45 FV P = $4 mm) is added in, we squeak past the White Sox.
Actually it appears that Trezza did list 26 guys. The OP left off Armstrong.
So one of the OFs starts at DH and we have no backup OF without moving the DH to the field? And our entire bench consists of the catcher who didn't start and is unlikely to play for most of the game, Davis, and Valaika.
It's worse than fluff, Trezza apparently doesn't even know there's a 26 man roster this year.
That being said, it might not be too far off. Add DJ as a 26th guy, replace Felix with someone who can throw 89, and it will probably be pretty close.