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Orioles minor league recap 5/29: Jordan Westburg continues to impress, rain washes out two games

Triple-A: Charlotte (White Sox) Knights 17, Norfolk Tides 4. After a shellacking at the hands of Charlotte, the Tides will enter play today trying to forget last night ever happened. In relief for the Tides, Conner Greene allowed four runs, Marcos Diplan allowed four, Manny Barreda allowed two, and Isaac Mattson gave up four. Norfolk’s pitching staff gave up an astonishing 25 hits en route to 17 runs allowed.
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Orioles minor league recap 5/15: Jordan Westburg provides the offense in Delmarva

Norfolk’s offense was held in check Friday night, mustering only four hits in total. One of those hits included a solo home run from right fielder Tyler Nevin, who was acquired from the Rockies last summer as part of the Mychal Givens trade. Nevin may be hitting .211 on the season in 38 at-bats, but his slugging percentage stands at .526, due in part to his four home runs. Catcher Brett Cumberland, part of the 2018 Kevin Gausman trade return from the Braves, went 1-for-3 with a walk.
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Orioles 2021 prospect preview: Jordan Westburg

With most of the talk about the Orioles’ 2020 draft concerning their surprise No. 2 pick of outfielder Heston Kjerstad (good news about him arrived yesterday, by the way), somewhat lost in the scuffle was Baltimore’s selection at No. 30. But maybe it’s time to starting paying the Orioles’ No. 6 prospect, Jordan Westburg, a little more attention. With power, a plus arm, and plenty of athleticism, the 22-year-old shortstop has the potential to evolve into a starting infielder sometime quite soon.
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