♦ Split the season between Class-A Frederick and Double-A Bowie, playing most of the year with the Keys. Combined to bat .270 with 19 doubles and 11 home runs in 122 games.
♦ Named a Carolina League Midseason and Postseason All-Star.
♦ Led Frederick with 53 runs scored. Also ranked among team leaders in walks (T-2nd, 27), home runs (2nd, 11) and hits (3rd, 101).
♦ Ranked among Orioles minor leaguers in hits (6th, 120) and total bases (7th, 174).
♦ Set a career-best with four hits, 7/10 vs. Carolina.
♦ Hit .306 (22-72) with a homer, six RBI and a .393 OBP over 21 games for Frederick in April.
♦ Registered a .297 average and 19 RBI with Frederick in 44 games before the All-Star break.
♦ Hit .303 (30-99) with five home runs and 15 RBI in 27 games for the Keys in July.
♦ Batted .302 with six home runs and 20 RBI over 46 home contests with the Keys.
♦ Had two stints with Bowie (4/27 - 5/22 and 8/1 - 8/24), batting .207 over 26 games.
♦ Spent year with Class-A Delmarva, batting .277 with 14 homers and 72 RBI in 129 games.
♦ Named a South Atlantic League Midseason and Postseason All-Star.
♦ Ranked among Orioles minor leaguers in RBI (T-2nd, 72), hits (3rd, 139), triples (3rd, 6) and total bases (3rd, 219).
♦ Led Delmarva in average, homers, OBP, slugging, OPS, hits, extra-base hits and total bases.
♦ Ranked third in the SAL with 76 hits during the first half of the season, batting .313.
♦ Batted .356 with 36 hits, 10 doubles and 18 RBI in the month of June for the Shorebirds.
♦ Set a new career-high with five RBI on 4/17 at Hagerstown, going 3-for-4 with two home runs and three runs scored. Registered five RBI a second time on 9/1 at Lakewood.
♦ Tied a career-high with three runs scored on 8/10 at Columbia. Finished a double short of the cycle in that game, registering four RBI over five at-bats.
♦ Tallied his second two-home run game on 7/15 at West Virginia, driving in four runs.
♦ Set new career-best with two separate seven-game hitting streaks (4/23-4/29, 6/2-7/2).
♦ Batted .307 in 64 road games in the South Atlantic League (80-261).
♦ Spent first pro season with Class-A Aberdeen, hitting .201 with two homers and seven RBI over 45 games with the IronBirds.
♦ Posted a season-high three hits and a double on 7/1 at Hudson Valley.
♦ Scored six runs over a three game span (7/1-7/3) at Hudson Valley.
♦ Hit first professional home run on 8/3 at Staten Island.
♦ Batted .355 (11-31) with four walks when leading off an inning.
♦ Posted a .303 average (10-33) vs left-handed pitchers in the season.
♦ Selected by Baltimore in the 28th round of the 2017 draft.
♦ Majored in Psychology at UNC Charlotte where he batted .268 over four seasons with the 49ers. Hit a team-best 13 home runs during his senior season while making the Conference USA All-Tournament team. Played in the same outfield as fellow O's farmhand TJ Nichting.
♦ Attended Hickory High School in North Carolina where he led the Hickory Red Tornadoes in extra-base hits his final two seasons. Earned Best Defensive Player as a sophomore and Best Offensive Player as a junior. Named Team MVP his senior season. Hickory also produced Tennessee Titans kicker Ryan Succop and Tennessee Vols men's basketball coach Rick Barnes.
♦ Father Dale Jarrett is a former NASCAR Cup Series champion and three-time Daytona 500
winner. Grandfather Ned Jarrett was a two-time NASCAR Cup Series champ. Both are in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Other grandfather, Jasper Spears, played in the Dodgers organization.
♦ Earned the Orioles' Elrod Hendricks Community Service Award in 2018.