Orioles Announce Spring Training Invites

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(Press Release) The Orioles today announced the club’s non-roster players for Major League Spring Training in Sarasota, Fla. The list includes two left-handed pitchers, nine right-handed pitchers, six catchers, three infielders, and two outfielders. A complete list of the Orioles’ 22 non-roster players for 2022 Spring Training is below:

PITCHERS (11)

            RHP Marcos Diplán

            RHP Rico Garcia

            LHP Ryan Hartman

            RHP Blaine Knight

            RHP Travis Lakins, Sr.

            RHP Ofelky Peralta

            RHP Denyi Reyes

            RHP Grayson Rodriguez

            RHP Cody Sedlock

            LHP Nick Vespi

            RHP Spenser Watkins

            CATCHERS (6)

            Anthony Bemboom

            Brett Cumberland

            Maverick Handley

            Jacob Nottingham

            Cody Roberts

            Adley Rutschman

            INFIELDERS (3)

            Patrick Dorrian

            Shed Long, Jr.

            Richie Martin

            OUTFIELDERS (2)

            Robert Neustrom

            Kyle Stowers

The 2022 Orioles’ current Spring Training roster is attached. The first full-squad workout will be held on Monday, March 14. Games are scheduled to begin Friday, March 18, against the Toronto Blue Jays at Ed Smith Stadium.

Tony’s Take: No huge surprises in this group with Adley Rutschman headlining this group. The 24-year old catcher will be the opening day catcher unless the Orioles choose to do some clock manipulations which is doubtful at Rutschman’s age.

Outside of Rutschman, pitcher Grayson Rodriguez (#2) and Kyle Stowers (#7) are the two other top ten prospects officially invited to spring training. They both have a great opportunity to make their major league debuts in 2022.

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