♦ Entered the season ranked by MLB.com, Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus as the Orioles No. 1 proespect. Also called the "Best Hitter for Average" in the Orioles minor league system by Baseball America, who ranked him the 37th best prospect nationally.
♦ Split the year between Double-A Bowie, Class-A Frederick and Class-A Aberdeen, combining to hit .265 with 11 home runs, 22 doubles and 55 RBI over 85 games.
♦ Ranked among Orioles minor leaguers in extra-base hits (T-6th, 37) and RBI (8th, 55).
♦ Named an MiLB.com Orioles Organizational All-Star after the season.
♦ Opened the year with Bowie before sustaining a hamstring injury that placed him on the Injured List on 4/26. Rehabbed the injury for six games with Frederick (hitting safely in five of six contests) before returning to Bowie on 6/5.
♦ Named the Eastern League Batter of the Week on 6/16 after a week that saw him homer in three straight contests and bat .364 with 12 RBI and three multi-hit games.
♦ Batted .299 with three home runs, 22 RBI and a .353 OBP over 28 games in July.
♦ Matched his career-best by registering a nine-game hitting streak, 7/19 - 7/27.
♦ Ranked among Bowie team leaders in homers (2nd, 11), RBI (3rd, 53) and XBH (T-4th, 34).
♦ Batted .328 (19-58) with five home runs and 13 RBI when serving as Bowie's DH.
♦ Placed on Injured List with quad injury on 8/2. Appeared in three rehab games with Aberdeen before returning to Bowie on 8/26.
♦ Appeared in eight playoff games for Bowie, batting .257 (9-35) with a homer and five RBI.
♦ Entered the season ranked by MLB.com as the Dodgers #5 prospect. Also rated by Baseball Prospectus as the #73 prospect in all of baseball prior to the season.
♦ Split the year between Double-A Tulsa and Double-A Bowie, combining to hit .285 with 11 home runs, 45 RBI and a .392 on-base percentage in 97 games.
♦ Opened the year with Tulsa, hitting .314 with six home runs, 30 RBI and eight stolen bases in 59 games before being traded to the Baltimore system on 7/18.
♦ Ranked 2nd in the Texas League with a .428 on-base percentage when he was traded.
♦ Selected to participate in the MLB Futures Game at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., where he hit two game-tying home runs. Was the first player since Alfonso Soriano to homer twice in a Futures Game - Soriano accomplished the feat in the inaugural contest in 1999.
♦ Matched his career-high with four hits, 7/8 vs. Frisco and 7/12 at Northwest Arkansas.
♦ With Tulsa, appeared defensively in center field (29 G), right field (28 G) and left field (2G).
♦ Batted .300 against Texas League left-handers and .319 against TL right-handed pitching.
♦ Reached base safely in his final 23 home contests for the Drillers, batting .366 (30-82) with a .469 on-base percentage over that stretch - a span that was tied for the 2nd-longest on-base stretch at home in the Texas League during the 2018 season.
♦ Joined Bowie on 7/20 and batted .239 with five home runs and 15 RBI in 38 games.
♦ Hit a three-run homer in consecutive games for Bowie, 8/19 at Erie and 8/20 at Richmond.
♦ Reached base safely in 31 of his 38 games with Bowie, posting a .329 OBP.
♦ Split time between Class-A Rancho Cucamonga and Double-A Tulsa, posting a combined .292 batting average with 11 home runs, 52 RBI and nine stolen bases in 114 games.
♦ Hit .380 against opposing left-handed pitchers between the two clubs.
♦ Named MiLB.com California League Player of the Month for June with Rancho Cucamonga, hitting .396 with nine doubles, two triples, five home runs and 17 RBI in 24 games.
♦ Named California League Player of the Week on 6/25 with Rancho Cucamonga, hitting .565 (13-23) with two home runs & eight RBI over five games (including two four-hit games).
♦ Hit .333 with eight doubles, three home runs and 13 RBI in 33 games with Double-A Tulsa.
♦ Played in the Arizona Fall League with the Glendale Desert Dogs following the regular season, hitting .303 with three extra-base hits, one home run and 10 RBI in 17 games.
♦ Selected to participate in the Arizona Fall League Rising Stars Game.
♦ Aside from a three-game rehab assignment in July with the Rookie-level AZL Dodgers, he played the entire season with Class-A Rancho Cucamonga (82 games).
♦ Hit .272 with eight home runs, 15 extra-base hits and 54 RBI with Rancho Cucamonga.
♦ Placed on the disabled list twice (4/24 and 6/15) due to shoulder issues, missing over a month the second time from mid-June to late-July.
♦ Had a career-high nine-game hitting streak from 6/12-7/29.
♦ Drove in a career-high six runs on 8/14 vs. Visalia (4-6, HR, 2B, 3 R, 6 RBI).
♦ Acquired by Baltimore from the Los Angeles Dodgers, along with IF Rylan Bannon, RHP Dean Kremer, RHP Zach Pop & IF Breyvic Valera, in exchange for IF Manny Machado, 7/18/18.
♦ Originally signed as a non-drafted free agent by the Los Angeles Dodgers, 11/21/15.
♦ Hit .348 as an 18-year-old during the 2014-15 season in Serie Nacional, Cuba's top baseball league. Was the favorite to win Rookie of the Year that season, but he defected to the U.S. before he could be given the award.
♦ Held a showcase for MLB teams in the Dominican Republic before signing with the Dodgers.