♦ Spent the year with Double-A Bowie, hitting .237 with five homers, 21 doubles and 42 RBI.
♦ Ranked 16th among O's farmhands with 21 doubles and 17th with 50 runs scored.
♦ Batted .286 with seven doubles and a .338 OBP in 36 games after the All-Star break.
♦ His 50 runs ranked third on the Baysox, while his 21 doubles ranked fifth on the club.
♦ Registered 19 multi-hit games for the Baysox, including six three-hit games.
♦ Finished a home run short of hitting for the cycle, 5/24 at Erie.
♦ Scored a season-high three runs in game one of a doubleheader, 4/30 vs. Richmond.
♦ Batted .258 (8-31) with a homer and six RBI in eight postseason games for Bowie.
♦ Spent the season with Class-A Frederick, batting .251 with 17 home runs, 19 doubles and 64 RBI in 131 games.
♦ Ranked among Carolina League leaders in total bases (3rd, 198), at-bats (4th, 486) and games played (T-4th, 131).
♦ His 17 home runs tied for third among Orioles minor leaguers.
♦ Named a Carolina League Midseason All-Star and collected an RBI double in the contest.
♦ Logged a career-best 16-game hitting streak from 5/7 - 5/24, over which he hit .323 with three home runs, 13 RBI and a .392 on-base percentage. The streak was the 3rd-longest in the Carolina League in 2018, trailing two 18-game hitting streaks.
♦ Reached base safely in 23 consecutive home games from 4/14 - 5/24.
♦ Appeared defensively at second base (109 games) and first base (20 games).
♦ Matched career-highs with three walks and three runs scored, 4/10 at Carolina.
♦ Hit a grand slam and set a career-high with five RBI, 5/20 vs. Myrtle Beach.
♦ Registered 30 multi-hit games, including nine different three-hit contests.
♦ Spent the year with Delmarva, batting .253 with 13 home runs and 77 RBI in 127 games.
♦ Ranked among South Atlantic League leaders in at-bats (4th, 491), RBI (5th, 77) and games played (5th, 127). His 77 runs batted in ranked 6th among Orioles minor leaguers.
♦ Hit safely in a team-high 13-straight games from 7/20 - 8/3, hitting .314 with three doubles, one home run, seven runs scored and 12 RBI during that stretch.
♦ Slugged his first professional home run on 4/12 at Greensboro, a first inning grand slam.
♦ Recorded a season-high five RBI on 8/15 at Greensboro, going 3-5 with two doubles, one home run, five RBI and three runs scored.
♦ Batted .307 (42-137) with runners in scoring position.
♦ Appeared in 34 games for Aberdeen, batting .258 with six doubles and 18 RBI.
♦ Made his professional debut in Game 1 of a doubleheader on 7/29 vs. Mahoning Valley. Went 2-3 with a run scored, RBI, and stolen base in Game 2 of that twinbill.
♦ Set season-highs in hits (four), doubles (two), runs (two), & RBI (four), 8/24 at Staten Island.
♦ Batted .313 (10-32) against left-handed pitchers and .308 (16-52) in 14 road games.
♦ Selected by Baltimore in the 7th round of the 2016 draft.
♦ Attended North Carolina State University, where he hit .337 with nine home runs and a .539 slugging percentage during his junior season. Was named to the 2014 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
♦ Attended Heritage High School in Frisco, TX, where he was named to Perfect Game USA's All-Texas Regional Team. Batted .387 with a .524 OBP during his senior season.
♦ Is the son of Rafael Palmeiro, a four-time MLB All-Star and three-time Gold Glove winner. Over a 20-year career with the Cubs, Rangers, Orioles and Rangers, Rafael batted .288 with 569 home runs, 3,020 hits and 1,835 runs batted in. He is just one of six players in history to register 500 home runs and 3,000 hits, joining Hank Aaron, Alex Rodriguez, Willie Mays, Eddie Murray and Albert Pujols.