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Ryan Hartman

Ryan Hartman

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 3"/234 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born: Anaheim, California
College: Tennessee Wesleyan
Draft: 2016 9th round by the
  • Denver Post

    Orioles top prospect Gunnar Henderson still wants to prove himself entering spring training; 12 pitchers in rotation mix

    The situation Orioles infielder Gunnar Henderson will find himself in at spring training later this month is much different than in previous years. After his call-up in late August last season, Henderson has since become not just the near-consensus top prospect in baseball but also an everyday player in the Orioles' infield. The 21-year-old said Friday during the Orioles' Birdland Caravan, a replacement for FanFest, that he doesn't want his security on the roster and in the lineup to change how he approaches the spring. “It definitely takes a little pressure off, as if you're trying to make the team,” Henderson said in between packing boxes of food at the Maryland Food Bank, the Orioles' first stop on the tour Friday.

  • Baltimore Sun

    From patience to pressure: Mike Elias, Brandon Hyde looking forward to Orioles' 'non-rebuild mode'

    Part of what made Mike Elias and Brandon Hyde the Orioles' choices to lead the organization through a rebuild is that each had been through one before. On Friday morning, both signaled the end of Baltimore's teardown, one that began in earnest when Elias was hired from the Houston Astros as executive vice president and general manager in November 2018 and soon after selected Hyde, then a coach with the Chicago Cubs, as the manager who would oversee a struggling team in the coming years. The Orioles' 2022 season offered many reasons to believe the rebuild had reached its end, with the club posting its first winning season since 2017 while finishing as the American League's best non-playoff team, but a verbal declaration hadn't been issued until Friday.

  • TwinCities.com

    Orioles facing one-time lease extension deadline as wait for long-term agreement continues

    In March 1984, less than two weeks before Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott was born, the National Football League's Baltimore Colts bolted for Indianapolis in the middle of the night. Scott is confident the city won't have a repeat when it comes to the Orioles. “Baltimore knows what it feels like when a team is disinvesting in and going to leave, right?” Scott said at a news conference earlier this month with Orioles CEO and chairman John Angelos seated beside him. The Orioles have continued to make deep investments in the community.