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2013 Spring Training Roster Tracker


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This is where you can track all the spring training roster moves and get the latest info on all the players in camp. (Red = Locks for the 25-man roster barring an injury)

Pitchers

34 Jake Arrieta RHP - Has the 5th starter's job pretty well locked up. - 3/28

38 Luis Ayala RHP - Pitched two perfect innings. - 3/22

16 Wei-Yin Chen LHP - Pounded for seven runs against the Phillies - 3/21

50 Miguel Gonzalez RHP -Miguel Gonzalez threw five-plus innings during a minor-league game Wednesday. Buck Showalter has been pitching his top four starters in the MiLB camp. -

46 Jason Hammel RHP - Was named the opening day starter by Buck. - 3/28

39 Tommy Hunter RHP - Buck said he will make the team as a reliever - 3/27

43 Jim Johnson RHP - The Orioles closer. Gave up a three run homer - 3/23

57 Brian Matusz LHP - Four hitless, scoreless inning with seven K's over 4 innings of work keeps ion the running for the 5th starter's job. - 3/13

66 T.J. McFarland LHP - MAde the intital 25-man roster, but when Tillman comes off DL a decision could still be made on him. - 3/30

56 Darren O'Day RHP - With a brand new contract, he's the odds on top set-up guy

40 Troy Patton LHP - Two innings of shutout relief - 3/21

47 Pedro Strop RHP - Has struck out 8 in 5 innings this spring despite being interrupted by the WBC. - 3/28

Catchers

31 Taylor Teagarden - Hitting well this spring .360/.407/.560/.967. - 3/28

32 Matt Wieters - Looks poised to have a nice offensive year, .390/.457/.805/1.261. - 3/28

Infielders

12 Alexi Casilla - Looks shaky at times at SS, but most likely did enough to be the utility guy. - 3/28

19 Chris Davis - Not a great spring so far but ok, .275/.310/.450/.760 - 3/25

3 Ryan Flaherty - Made the team and could be used a left-handed DH and super utility - 3/30

2 J.J. Hardy - Broke out with a 3-for-4, two double, one home run (3) game. - 3/25

13 Manny Machado - Only two extra base hits this spring in 46 PAs while putting up a .256/.370/.333/.703 line. - 3/25

1 Brian Roberts - Solidified his hold on his second base job by putting up a .357/.413/ .524/.937 in 46 PASs. Only concern remains his arm strength and staying healthy - 3/25

Non Roster Invitees

28 Steve Pearce - Made the team as the 25-man on the roster - 3/30

Outfielders

10 Adam Jones - Smacked two homers and knocked in three to get back on track - 3/25

21 Nick Markakis -Collected two hits and had no set backs after playing RF for the first time since his neck injury. - 3/27

9 Nate McLouth - Batting just .216/.293/.405/.698 in 41 PAs this spring. Let's hope he's just a slow starter. - 3/25

14 Nolan Reimold - Hit two home runs but most importantly played left field with no incidents. - 3/21

Disabled List to start year:

24 Wilson Betemit - INJURED (right knee) Betemit is out six to eight weeks with a sprained ligament in his knee. - 3/28

18 Tsuyoshi Wada LHP - Has come back nicely this spring and could be back on the mound competitively by early to mid season. - 3/28

30 Chris Tillman RHP - INJURED (Abdominal strain) - Will start the year on the DL, but is schedule to pitch in the first week of the season and will pitch today in a non-official game against a local college. He should be fine for his 1st start. - 3/29

52 Steve Johnson RHP - INJURED (Lower back) He will not pitch the rest of spring and could start the year on Norfolk's DL - 3/27

Sent to minor league camp

68 Zach Braddock LHP - Among first cuts. Will rehab at minor league facility as he comes back from surgery - 3/7

85 Mike Wright RHP - Made a good impression during his first full major league spring training - 3/7

84 Eduardo Rodriguez LHP - Was brought over for the experience and made a nice impression on manager Buck Showalter. Will start 2013 in Frederick's rotation. - 3/7

73 Allan de San Miguel - Less bullpens, less bullpen catchers needed. Will look for a job at Bowie or Frederick this year. 3/7

60 Luis Martinez - INJURED (strained left oblique) - Never got going due to his oblique strain - 3/7

64 Zach Clark RHP - Had a decent camp overall. Didn't miss many bats (1 K in 7 IP) but batters only hit .250 off him. Probably showed Buck he could eat some innings for him if the need arises this season.- 3/11

65 Mike Belfiore LHP - Put up a 2.45 ERA in 7 IP but batters hit .308 against him this spring. Overall a decent job. - 3/11

70 Xavier Avery - Did not impress during camp striking out 8 times in 16 PAs and batting .182 while going 0-for-1 in SBs. Could definitely be trade bait. - 3/11

74 Jose Gil - Sent to minor league camp where he will battle for a spot at Norfolk - 3/14

69 Niuman Romero - Decent spring could make him an option at utility if the Orioles have need this year. - 3/14

49 Dylan Bundy RHP - Put up a 1.15 ERA but walked 6 and struck out just five in 8 innings of work. He'll head to Bowie to start the year - 3/16

78 Todd Redmond RHP - Missed some bats this spring, DFA'd to make 40 Man room. Claimed by Jays. - 3/22

71 LJ Hoes - Hit .320 in 25 PA, but only two extra base hits and never walked. He needs that power to develop or become an on base machine if he expects to ever become a regular starter in the majors - 3/17

59 Luis Exposito - Batted .381 with a .481 on-base percentage in 14 spring games but struggled defensively promoting a report that the Orioles were looking for a more defensive oriented catcher at Norfolk. - 3/20

61 Adam Russell RHP - Compiled a 7.71 ERA on 10 hits, four walks and six runs in seven innings. He'll compete for a spot at Norfolk- 3/20

55 Daniel Schlereth LHP - Did not impress putting up a 12.00 ERA in six games. He allowed 10 hits, three walks and eight earned runs in six innings. He'll try to refind it at Norfolk and still could still be a left-handed reliever option some time this year if he puts it back together. - 3/20

35 Danny Valencia - He's been assigned to Norfolk with his option used. He hit better as the season went on and will provide organizational depth - 3/21

53 Zach Britton LHP - Optioned to Norfolk Spring ERA 6.10. - 3/23

54 Daniel McCutchen RHP - Reassigned to minor league camp. Batters hit .382 of him this spring - 3/23

58 Yamaico Navarro - Played well at several positions. Optioned to Norfolk - 3/23

37 Jonathan Schoop - Optioned to Norfolk where he's expected to play SS. Put up a .667/.714/1.167/1.881 line in seven PAs due to being out for WBC action - 3/23

6 Russ Canzler - Could be a candidate for DFA after hitting poorly this spring .250/.314/.250/.564. Optioned to Norfolk. - 3/25

72 Jason Pridie - Has made a nice impression batting .316/.350/.553/.903 over 40 PAs. He'll get a chance to play everyday at Norfolk most likely. - 3/25

51 Lew Ford - He certainly wasn't cut due to a lack of performance batting .405/.463/.649/1.112 in 41 PAs. A candidate for release at the start of camp, he's probably played his way into a job somewhere in the organization or he could be traded to an organization where he has a better shot - 3/26

75 Kevin Gausman RHP - A decent spring overall for Gausman but allowed 17 hits in 16 innings while posting a 3.94 ERA. He'll start the year in Bowie. - 3/27

45 Travis Ishikawa - started to hit a bit at the end of spring training but really was here as 1B depth in case something happened to Chris Davis. He'll start the year at Norfolk. - 3/27

63 Chris Robinson - Hit .364/.417/.364/.780 in just 11 spring PAs due to the WBC. He'll fight for playing time at Norfolk or Bowie as organizational defensive catching depth. - 3/27

25 Trayvon Robinson - INJURED (back) : Still dealing with a lower back strain, Robinson was sent to minor league camp. If his back allows, he'll open at Norfolk. - 3/29

60 Chris Dickerson - INJURED (strained achilles) Sent to Norfolk after a solid spring. Should find time with the big league club this season. - 3/30

36 Conor Jackson - Was beaten out by Steve Pearce, but could very well see big league time this season. - 3/30

27 Mark Hendrickson LHP - Will pitch at Norfolk and be left-handed relief depth - 3/28

48 Jair Jurrjens RHP - INJURED (Back contusion) Will start the year in Norfolk's rotation. - 3/31

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I'm a little surprised you don't consider BRob to be a lock for the 25-man roster. If he doesn't break with the O's, where else could he go? DL? Extended ST?

Great stuff!

I just think there's a chance he retires or gets put on the DL so he can "rehab" a while longer if he struggles this spring. If he's healthy and contributing he's a lock.

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