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Grayson Rodriguez

Grayson Rodriguez

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 5"/220 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Nacogdoches, Texas
Draft: 2018 1st round (11th pick) by the
  • MercuryNews.com

    Birdland Caravan: Orioles GM Mike Elias on free agents, infield prospects, Grayson Rodriguez and more

    During the question and answer segment with fans, executive vice president and general manager Mike Elias said that the Orioles are still in the market to add to their major league roster before or during spring training.

  • Denver Post

    Cole Irvin understands his role as he joins Orioles rotation: 'I know how to get hitters out'

    Over the past two seasons, few starting pitchers in the majors have thrown more innings — or more strikes — than Cole Irvin. For the veteran left-hander, who the Orioles acquired in a trade from the Oakland Athletics on Thursday, being an innings-eater and filling up the strike zone are key parts of his identity as a pitcher. In a sport that has become fascinated with velocity, expected metrics and Statcast data, Irvin knows what he is — and, just as importantly, what he isn't. “I know who I am, I've always known who I am. And that's a starting pitcher who eats innings and gets outs,” Irvin said during a video call Friday.

  • Bleacher Report

    Orioles Don't Plan to Renew Camden Yards Lease, Want to 'Revamp' Stadium District

    The Baltimore Orioles confirmed Wednesday that they won't trigger a five-year extension to their current lease at Camden Yards. Maryland Gov. Wes Moore and Orioles chairman John Angelos released statements both affirming their desire for "a long-term, multi-decade, public-private partnership that both develops and revitalizes the Camden Yards complex as a magnet for sports tourism and leverages Maryland taxpayers' investment in the property." "The Orioles, the Moore administration, and the Maryland Stadium Authority look forward to reimagining Camden Yards to deliver a live, work, play theme that will bring residents, businesses, and tourists to downtown Baltimore year-round," the team said.