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2022 Orioles Prospects Power Rankings (Top 40)


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Notes: Think of these rankings like an unofficial prospect rankings that will be adjusted throughout the year. To be eligible for the rankings, a player must still be considered a rookie by MLB standards and assigned to a minor league team. Players placed on injured lists are eligible once they have played in 2022. Rankings will be updated every Monday. Rankings will be expanded to 40 when FCL and DSL seasons open up.

Orioles Prospect Power Rankings (as of Aug 19th)  Next updated won't be for two weeks!

RK Name POS PR U/D Team INJ
1 Gunnar Henderson SS/3B 1   Nor (AAA)  
2 Grayson Rodriguez RHP 2   Nor (AAA) IL
3 Jackson Holliday SS 3   FCL  
4 Colton Cowser OF 5 UP Nor (AAA)  
5 D.L. Hall LHP 4 DOWN Nor (AAA)  
6 Coby Mayo 3B/RF 6   BOW (AA)  
7 Kyle Stowers RF 7   Baltimore  
8 Jordan Westburg SS/3B 8   Nor (AAA)  
9 Connor Norby 2B 9   BOW (AA)  
10 Joey Ortiz SS 14 UP Nor (AAA)  
11 Cade Povich LHP 15 UP BOW (AA)  
12 Darnell Hernaiz INF 12   BOW (AA)  
13 Samuel Basallo C 13   FCL  
14 Dylan Beavers OF 18 UP Del (A)  
15 Heston Kjerstad OF 10 DOWN ABN (A+)  
16 Jud Fabian OF 28 UP ABN (A+)  
17 Max Wagner 3B 19 UP Del (A)  
18 Frederick Bencosme INF 22 UP ABN (A+)  
19 Terrin Vavra 2B/CF 11 DOWN Baltimore  
20 Seth Johnson RHP 16 DOWN ABN (A+) IL
21 Carter Baumler RHP 17 DOWN DEL (A) IL
22 Cesar Prieto 2B 20 DOWN BOW (AA)  
23 Chayse McDermott RHP 21 DOWN ABN (A+)  
24 John Rhodes OF 23 DOWN ABN (A+)  
25 Carter Young SS UR   DEL (A)  
26 Noah Denoyer RHP 24 DOWN Bow (AA)  
27 Aron Estrada INF 25 DOWN DSL  
28 Hudson Haskin OF 26 DOWN Bow (AA)  
29 Braylin Tavera OF 27 DOWN DSL  
30 Drew Rom LHP 29 DOWN Bow (AA)  
31 Mike Baumann RHP 30 DOWN Nor (AAA)  
32 Justin Armbruester RHP 31 DOWN BOW (AA)  
33 Carlos Tavera RHP 32 DOWN ABN (A+) IL
34 Juan De Los Santos RHP 34   DEL (A)  
35 Collin Burns SS 35   ABN (A+)  
36 Maverick Handley C 36   Bow (AA)  
37 Silas Ardoin C 37   FCL  
38 Juan Rojas LHP 38   FCL  
39 Raylin Ramos OF 39   DSL  
40 Jean Pinto RHP 40   ABN (A+)  
             
             
             
  Bubble Players          
  Luis De Leon LHP     DSL  
  Maikol Hernandez SS      FCL  
  Anderson De Los Santos INF     FCL  
  Adam Hall UTL     Bow (AA)  
  Edwin Amparo SS      DSL  
  Ryan Watson RHP     Bow (AA)  
  Leandro Arias INF     DSL  
  Yennier Cano RHP     Nor (AAA)  
  Ignacio Feliz RHP     ABN (A+)  
  Isaac De Leon 3B/1B     ABN (A+)  
  Trace Bright RHP     DEL (A)  
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Looking forward to how this list shifts over the year!  Especially those after Norby at #9.

Do you think Prieto will get some SS reps?  Sounds like Norby is a 2B with no real shot at SS.

Hoping Pinto can bully his way up the list (beyond attrition)!

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T.T. Bowens rockets to the top of the list with a 2.167 OPS.  I'm kidding, but I do have a serious question for @Tony-OH.  If an org guy keeps putting up big numbers at higher levels, how do you determine if he has become a prospect?  What do you look for to figure out if he is a late bloomer like Luke Scott, or just a guy who can hammer minor league competition like Lou Montanez?

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9 hours ago, DanS said:

T.T. Bowens rockets to the top of the list with a 2.167 OPS.  I'm kidding, but I do have a serious question for @Tony-OH.  If an org guy keeps putting up big numbers at higher levels, how do you determine if he has become a prospect?  What do you look for to figure out if he is a late bloomer like Luke Scott, or just a guy who can hammer minor league competition like Lou Montanez?

If he starts hitting consistently at a high level you have to relook him. I had to relook Mancini when he looked like a org guy after Delmarva. Bowens has some good power and moves ok for a big guy. The swing was long and bit slow to me last year, but I'll obviously keep watching him to see if he's made some changes.

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We've talked a bit about Creed Williams not being assigned to a full season roster, looks like Ian Moller a 4th rd catcher from the Rangers also didn't make full season ball. Maybe it's a catcher thing? I think I remember reading something last year about Catcher development taking longer due to the defense? Or they're both not great prospects 

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3 hours ago, blid said:

Haskin starting the season hot at AA.

I don’t see him back in the lineup tonight, am hoping he didn’t really hurt himself sliding head-first the other night and being taken out. 

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2 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

First update of the year

Thanks Tony, I know you prefer Coby to Gunnar, but did you give any consideration to moving them around given Coby's slow start to the year, while Gunnar is holding his own at double-A?

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Love this feature Tony!  Just as Greg Cullen became my mega dark horse prospect last year, this year it’s Cole Uvila. I love pitching mechanics and his are about as weird as you’ll ever see, so I really can’t explain why I’ve latched onto him. Though he does have three nice pitches in his arsenal. I just can’t look away. 
 

 

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