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Cadyn Grenier

Cadyn Grenier 15 SS

Frederick Keys

  • Status: Active
  • Full Name: Cadyn Thomas Grenier
  • Age: 24 (October 31, 1996)
  • Birthplace: Henderson, NV
  • Bats/Throws: R/R Ht: 5' 11" Wt: 188
  • Draft: Round CBA (2018, BAL)
  • School: Oregon State

Cadyn Grenier Career Stats


Team Date Transaction
February 26, 2020 SS Cadyn Grenier assigned to Baltimore Orioles.
September 16, 2019 Frederick Keys activated SS Cadyn Grenier from the 7-day injured list.
August 20, 2019 Frederick Keys placed SS Cadyn Grenier on the 7-day injured list.
July 16, 2019 SS Cadyn Grenier assigned to Frederick Keys from Delmarva Shorebirds.
July 4, 2018 SS Cadyn Grenier assigned to Delmarva Shorebirds.
July 3, 2018 Baltimore Orioles signed SS Cadyn Grenier.
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Cadyn Grenier Awards and Honors

Cadyn Grenier  15 SS

Cadyn Grenier
  • Full Name: Cadyn Thomas Grenier
  • Born: October 31, 1996
  • Age: 24
  • Birthplace: Henderson, NV
  • Bats: R
  • Throws: R
  • Height: 5' 11"
  • Weight: 188
  • Draft: Round CBA (2018, BAL)
  • School: Oregon State

♦ Split the year between Class-A Delmarva (82 games) and Class-A Frederick (24 games), batting .244 with 22 doubles, eight home runs and 43 RBI in 106 games between the clubs.
♦ Ranked among Delmarva team leaders in walks (2nd, 48), home runs (T-3rd, 7), doubles (3rd, 18), hits (T-4th, 78), extra-base hits (4th, 28) and total bases (4th, 123). 
♦ His 59 walks were tied with OF Ryan McKenna for the most among Orioles minor leaguers.
♦ Tied for 8th among O's farmhands with 60 runs scored. 
♦ Registered 23 multi-hit games, including four separate three-hit contests. 
♦ Matched a career-high with three RBI, 5/9 vs. Greensboro. 
♦ Set a career-best with a nine-game hitting streak, 6/6 - 6/14. Hit safely in 16 of 17 games from 6/6 - 6/27. 
♦ Established a career-high with four runs scored and three walks drawn, 5/23 vs. Lakewood.
♦ Transferred to Frederick on 7/16. Registered hits in 16 of his 24 games with the Keys before being placed on the Injured List on 8/20. 
♦ Posted a .981 fielding % (2 ER, 103 TC) in 26 games at second base with Delmarva.
♦ Made just 14 errors in 406 total chances betwen second base and shortstop (.966 %).

♦ Spent first professional season at Single-A Delmarva, hitting .216 with 12 home runs and 13 RBI in 43 games. 
♦ Hit his first professional home run on 8/26 at Greensboro, going 2-for-4 in the contest.
♦ Stole two bases and registered two hits, 7/8 vs Hickory.
♦ Totaled 12 multiple-hit games, six of them coming during the month of August.
♦ Hit .318 (7-22) in day games, including two doubles and a home run.


♦ Selected by Baltimore in the first round (37th overall pick) of the 2018 draft.
♦ Initially selected by St. Louis in the 21st round of the 2015 draft but did not sign.
♦ Attended Oregon State University, where he helped lead the Beavers to a 2018 College World Series championship. Named to the 2018 All-College World Series Team and drove in the game-tying run in the ninth inning of Game Two of the CWS Finals vs. Arkansas. 
♦ Received the Brooks Wallace Award as the nation's Best Collegiate Shortstop in 2018. Also named the Pac-12 Conference's Defensive Player of the Year. Batted .319 with 47 runs scored during his junior season, a year that saw him hit safely in 54 of 69 total games. 
♦ Was one of seven All-Americans on Oregon State's roster in 2018, including C Adley Rutschman, who was drafted by Baltimore as the first overall pick in the 2019 draft. 
♦ Attended Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, where he was a three-time All-State selection and was named the Nevada Gatorade Player of the Year in 2015. Ranked by Perfect Game as the 27th-best high school prospect his senior season. 
♦ Bishop Gorman High School has produced numerous Major Leaguers, including former Tides OF Joey Rickard, Rangers slugger Joey Gallo and former Oriole Marty Cardova. Other notable alumni from the high school include actress Jillian Bell, golfer Tommy Armour III, former NFL running back DeMarco Murray and UFC President Dana White.