Tyler Nevin

Baltimore Orioles #13 - First Base

  • Born: 05/29/97
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 225
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Which Orioles players face a make-or-break year in 2021?

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DJ Stewart, Jorge López and other players will begin the year under pressure to perform. With multiple prospects knocking on the door, will any prove they are worth keeping around?

Colorado Rockies prospects: No. 5, Colton Welker

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The 23-year-old infielder’s development has been eerily similar to Nolan Arenado’s so far

It’s been awful cold at the hot corner this offseason

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The Orioles have filled holes at second base and shortstop, but is third base all sewed up?

PuRP rankings, pre-season 2021: nos. 51-36

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Time for Purple Row’s bi-annual top prospect countdown!

Colorado Rockies prospects: Purple Row Prospects polling thread, pre-season 2021

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Which Rockies prospects are on your top 30 list?

The Orioles have options for a corner infield rotation in 2021

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The Orioles have a glut of players for the infield corners and designated hitter, so it will be interesting to see who separates themselves from the pack.

The Orioles have now gotten all of their players to be named later

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On Monday, the Orioles resolved the last of their 2020 PTBNL trades, receiving pitcher Miguel Padilla from the Astros.

Which Orioles prospects can be expected to debut in 2021?

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The premieres of Ryan Mountcastle, Dean Kremer and Keegan Akin brought a lot of excitement to an Orioles season that was expected to be a drag. A new wave of youngsters could be in position to do...

Rio Ruiz has more to prove after an inconsistent 2020

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Rio Ruiz did not have a lot of competition at third base last season. After an up-and-down year, Ruiz must prove he belongs in Baltimore’s future plans.

Ranking the Rockies: No. 26, Mychal Givens

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The Colorado Rockies version of the right-hander was starkly different than the Baltimore Orioles version

With Orioles officially out of the race, attention can turn all the way to the future

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The Orioles were mathematically eliminated last night, so it’s time to turn our attention all the way to the future again.

The Orioles are going for deep cuts with their players to be named later

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In their July trades, the Orioles received several players to be named later. They’ve since had a few named. They are far off from MLB.