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Bowie Baysox Greatest Of All Time Tournament

The Bowie Baysox have been the Class AA Minor League Affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles since the team's inception in 1993. Throughout that time, hundreds of great players have appeared on the field at Prince George's Stadium, ready to make their mark on team history, all while trying to climb the ladder that would get them to the Major Leagues. Some made it to the big leagues and some did not. However, the players involved in this tournament all had a lasting impact on the Baysox organization.  

This tournament will make you, our fans, the ultimate decision makers. You have the vote! Beginning on Thursday, April 9, we will post a group of players to cast your vote on through our OFFICIAL TWITTER PAGE. The voting schedule is as follows

Championship Round
Vote 10:00 am Friday, May 8 through 10:00 am Saturday, May 9


Bowie Baysox Greatest Of All Time Bracket

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CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHUP: VOTE 10 am 5/8 through 10 am 5/9

 

(3) Caleb Joseph (2010-13, 2016) Spent a majority of four straight seasons w/ Bowie. Named 2013 Topps/Eastern League Player of the Year. Ranked 2nd in the EL in runs (97) and hits (155), and T-2nd in SLG (.494). Average (.299), HR (22) and extra-base hits (55) ranked 4th in EL. Finished as the Baysox all-time leader in hits (416), RBI (237) and 2nd in games played (434), 2nd in team history in HR (53), and 4th in RBI (239). Made MLB Debut 5/7/04 for Orioles. Played 402 games for Orioles before signing with Arizona in 2019. Played 434 games with Baysox, ranking 2nd in team history behind Garabez Rosa.

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(7) Val Majewski (2004, 2007) Huge 2004 season in Bowie at age 23 catapulted him to a big league callup to Orioles. Majewski hit .307 with 15 home runs and 80 RBI's in 112 games and was named an EL Postseason All-Star. He was also named to the US team for the 2004 MLB Futures Game. He played 9 games with the Orioles in 2004 during his only career MLB appearance. After missing the 2005 season, he played AAA in 2006 before returning to Bowie for 91 games in 2007, hitting .295/3/42. Over two seasons with Bowie, Majewski hit .302 with 18 HR and 102 RBI's in 203 total games. 


To cast your vote each day, click the link to the right and it will take you to the Baysox Official Twitter Page. There, you will find that day's brackets to vote on. Each day a new bracket will be posted to vote on based on the schedule listed at the top of this page. 

Thank you for participating!