♦ Split the year between Class-A Frederick (18 games), Double-A Bowie (36 games) and Norfolk (two games), combining to hit .194 with one home run, six doubles and 11 RBI.
♦ Opened the year with Bowie, where he hit safely in seven of his first nine contests.
♦ Had two stints on Bowie's Injured List: 4/18 - 5/10 and 7/12 - 8/13.
♦ Totaled a .406 on-base percentage vs left-handed pitchers at Bowie.
♦ Made his Triple-A debut with the Tides on 7/5 in his hometown of Charlotte (pinch-runner).
♦ Hit a game-tying, two-run homer in his first Triple-A at-bat on 7/6 at Charlotte, becoming the first Norfolk player to homer in his Triple-A debut since Garabez Rosa on 4/12/15.
♦ Assigned to Frederick on 8/13 and spent the remainder of the season with the Keys, where he hit .231 with five RBI and a .344 on-base percentage over 18 games.
♦ Led Frederick with a .377 OBP in August (minimum 10 games).
♦ Registered seven hits over a five-game hitting streak, 8/24 - 8/28.
♦ Played most of the season at Class-A Frederick, where he hit .224 with five home runs, 35 RBI and a .335 on-base percentage over 120 games.
♦ Ranked among qualified Frederick leaders in OBP (1st, .335), walks (1st, 60), stolen bases (T-2nd, 5), slugging (4th, .329) and OPS (4th, .665).
♦ Registered 20 multi-hit games, including six different three-hit contests.
♦ Tied his career-high with three RBI, 5/5 at Wilmington and 5/22 vs. Salem.
♦ Batted .307 with two home runs, 11 RBI and a .419 OBP over 27 games in May.
♦ Hit .300 (33-110) with 12 RBI and a .408 OBP against Carolina League left-handers.
♦ Split the year between Class-A Delmarva and Class-A Frederick, combining to hit .247 with four home runs, 15 doubles and 47 RBI over 124 games.
♦ Named a South Atlantic League Midseason All-Star. Prior to the All-Star break, he ranked among Delmarva leaders in OBP (1st, .359), average (.253) and RBI (4th, 37).
♦ Ranked second among Orioles minor leaguers with 59 walks for the season.
♦ Set a career-high with five hits (all singles), 4/17 vs. Greensboro. Just one day later, set a career-best by scoring four runs - also vs. Greensboro.
♦ Joined Frederick on 7/20 and spent the remainder of the season there, batting .260 with two home runs and nine RBI over the final 42 games of the year.
♦ Hit .344 (11-32) with a homer, three RBI and a .405 OBP in 12 games in July for Frederick.
♦ Batted .292 with a .392 OBP in 21 home contests with Frederick.
♦ Spent first pro season at Class-A Aberdeen, hitting .242 with two home runs and 14 RBI.
♦ Began a nine-game hitting streak in his second professional game, which stands as his longest professional hitting streak. Hit safely in 13 of 14 games from 6/22-7/10.
♦ Hit first professional home run at Lowell on 7/1.
♦ Ranked among Aberdeen leaders in OBP (3rd, .344), walks (T-3rd, 20) and hits (5th, 20).
♦ Selected by Baltimore in the 21st round of the 2016 draft.
♦ Attended High Point University, where he hit .345 with five home runs and 78 RBI in three seasons. Named first-team All-Big South his junior year, batting .345 with two home runs and 27 RBI that season. Just the fourth player since High Point became NCAA Division 1 to have a 20+ game hit streak (21 games).
♦ Fellow High Point University alumni include former Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Allen and 2018 Daytona 500 winner Austin Dillon.
♦ Graduated from Charlotte Catholic High School (NC). Was a two-year letter winner while hitting .393 with 31 RBI as a senior. Named honorable mention All-Atlantic Region by Perfect Game in 2013. Fellow Charlotte Catholic alumni include White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney and XFL running back Elijah Hood.