The Orioles took high school right handed pitcher Hunter Harvey with the 22nd overall pick in the first round. Harvey is six-foot-three, 175 pounds, and the son of former big league pitcher Bryan Harvey.
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My initial take is that he's a fairly high upside young pitcher who will definitely sign early and get started into pro ball. In fact, the kid is not committed to a college so expect the Orioles to get him to sign at slot ($1,947,600) or slighly under slot fairly quickly and get him into the system.
With any high school pitcher there is a ton of risk, but the Orioles don't have a lot of high upside starting pitchers in the system outside of Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy, so adding another one is a good thing.
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