♦ Spent year with Double-A Bowie, hitting .256 with six home runs and 34 RBI in 105 games.
♦ Ranked among qualifying Bowie leaders in average (2nd, .256) and slugging (4th, .375).
♦ Set a career-high with four hits, 5/18 vs. Erie. Finished a home run short of the cycle.
♦ Registered 23 multi-hit contests, including four games with three hits or more.
♦ Set a career-best with three runs scored, 5/8 at Altoona.
♦ Batted .305 (57-187) with two home runs and 19 RBI in 55 home games for Bowie.
♦ Made just error in the outfield over 773.1 innings and 202 total chances. Registered seven outfield assists.
♦ Went 8-for-12 (.667 average) over a three-game set vs. Erie, 5/16 - 5/19.
♦ Appeared in eight games for Surprise in the Arizona Fall League, batting .273 (6-22).
♦ Split the year between Class-A Delmarva and Class-A Frederick, combining to hit .274 with 36 doubles, five home runs and 52 RBI in 133 games.
♦ Led Orioles minor leaguers with 36 doubles. Also ranked among O's farmhands in hits (5th, 137), extra-base hits (7th, 42), total bases (8th, 190) and runs (12th, 62).
♦ Registered 38 multi-hit games between the two levels, including 24 at Frederick.
♦ Began the year with Delmarva, hitting .326 with 10 doubles and 20 RBI in 36 games. Hit safely in 28 of his 36 games in the South Atlantic League.
♦ Finished a home run shy of hitting for the cycle, 4/17 at Hagerstown.
♦ Put together a 10-game hitting streak from 4/13 - 4/23.
♦ Hit .397 (25-63) with seven doubles and 12 RBI in 15 road games with Delmarva.
♦ Assigned to Frederick on 5/15 and spent the rest of the season with the Keys.
♦ Had two four-hit games with the Keys: 5/23 vs. Salem and 6/28 vs. Winston-Salem.
♦ Batted .311 (28-90) with eight doubles, nine RBI and a .347 OBP in June.
♦ Played all three outfield positions with the Keys and committed just one error in 224 total chances. Also registered 10 outfield assists.
♦ Hit a walk-off, 10th inning grand slam in an 8-4 win, 9/2 vs. Myrtle Beach. The four RBI established a new career-high.
♦ Appeared in 62 games in first professional season with Single-A Aberdeen. Batted .271 with 12 doubles, three home runs and 35 RBI.
♦ Named New York-Penn League Player of the Week on 8/27 after recording nine hits in the previous six games. Also totaled two doubles, a triple and two home runs in that span.
♦ Led the IronBirds in RBI(35) and hits (65). Also ranked among team leaders in home runs (T-2nd, 3), total bases (2nd, 90), doubles (3rd, 12) and extra-base hits (3rd, 17).
♦ Recorded first hit on 6/30 vs Brooklyn and had a hit in the next nine games.
♦ Set a career high with a 13-game hitting streak from 7/27 to 8/9. Seven of those 13 games were multi-hit games, and he registered three doubles over the streak.
♦ Hit first professional home run on 7/31 vs Brooklyn, a three-run shot.
♦ Batted .314 with 19 RBI in 29 home games with the IronBirds.
♦ Selected by Baltimore in the ninth round of the 2017 draft.
♦ Attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where he was selected as First Team Conference USA during his senior year in 2017. Finished his career with 66 doubles for the 49ers, the third-most in program history. Was NCSIA All-State Second Team during his junior year, and was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team in 2014.
♦ Was a teammate of fellow O's farmhand OF Zach Jarrett at UNC-Charlotte. Jarrett was also chosen by the Orioles in the 2017 draft (selected in the 28th round).
♦ Named a 2014 Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League All-Star. Played for Hamilton Joes.
♦ Graduated from Badin High School in Hamilton, OH. Was an All-State performer and was named the Greater Catholic League Player of the Year in 2013. Academically, was selected as the school's Business and Technology Student of the Year.
♦ Notable alumni from Badin High School include 2009 NL Manager of the Year Jim Tracy and 1979 World Series Champion Kent Tekulve.
♦ Played in the 2007 Little League World Series for Hamilton, OH, which was coached by his father, Tim. Tim has coached in four Little League World Series for Hamilton: 1991, 1993, 2007 and 2010. The 1991 team included former NFL quarterback Chad Pennington.