The Baltimore Orioles announced they are bringing 20 non-roster invitees to Spring Training this year. Of the invitees joining the Orioles 40-man roster for Major League Spring Training are 11 pitchers, five catchers, three infielders, and one outfielder.

Here are the 20 players who will join the Orioles in Sarasota this spring, including some familiar faces.

 

Pitchers (11)

RHP Justin Armbruester

RHP Wandisson Charles

LHP Tucker Davidson


LHP Luis González

LHP Ronald Guzmán

RHP Chayce McDermott

LHP Cade Povich

RHP Garrett Stallings

RHP Albert Suarez

LHP Andrew Suárez

RHP Nathan Webb

 

Catchers (5)

Silas Ardoin

David Bañuelos

Samuel Basallo*

Maverick Handley

Michael Pérez

 

Infielders (3)

Jackson Holliday*

Coby Mayo*

Connor Norby

 

Outfielders (1)

Daniel Johnson

*MLB Top 100 Prospect

 

This year’s invitees will join the Orioles 40-man roster members for Spring Training in Sarasota, FL. Returning to Spring Training are Orioles top prospects Jackson Holliday, Coby Mayo, and Samuel Basallo. These non-roster players can showcase their talent and compete for a spot on the big league roster. With 60 players in Florida this year, not everyone will last the entire six-week camp. Many Orioles invitees will only experience Spring Training for a few weeks before being reassigned to Minor League camp.

With many of this year’s invitees already knocking on the big league’s door, seeing these players in action this spring will be fun. Will this be the year that Jackson Holliday makes the Opening Day roster, and who else could we see a debut for the AL East champs in 2024?

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