The Orioles' Dominican Summer League rosters (and a win in Milwaukee)

Once again this year the Orioles are fielding two teams in the rookie-level Dominican Summer League. They are the DSL Orioles Orange team and the DSL Orioles Black team. Play in the DSL began on Monday of this week.

Through the early part of the year, the Black squad is 2-1 and the Orange team is 1-2 after Thursday's games.

Infielder Luis Almeyda, who got a $2.3 million dollar bonus, the largest ever given out by the Orioles last January, is playing on the Orange roster. Thus far he is 2-for-7 with a double, homer and four RBIs. Infielder Joshua Liranzo, who got the second largest bonus in January at $500,000, is on the Black squad. Infielder José Mejía, signed for $400,000 is on the Black roster and infielder Félix Amparo, signed for $350,000, plays for the Black roster.


Pitchers: Ezequiel Bonilla, Eccel Correa, Francisco Crispin, Esteban Dicent, Cesar Espinal, Pedro Figueroa, Javier Gonzalez, Ledwin Gonzalez, Elias Moscoso, Andrés Parra, Juan Rasquin, Geronimo Rombley, Wilton Rondon, Rafael Suero, Kevin Velasco, Jose Yan.

Catchers: Adriander Mejía, José Noguera, Juan Ortega, Jhonanderson Robain, Omar Urbina.

Infielders: Luis Almeyda, Elis Cuevas, Sebastian De Los Santos, Luis Guevera, Diorky Ortiz, Fernando Peguero.

Outfielders: Wilmer Feliciano, Juan Martínez, Jean Mata, Breiny Ramírez, Elvis Rojas.

Manager: Chris Madera
Pittching Coach: Dioni Pascual
Hitting Coach: Jake Ratz
Fundamentals Coaches: Ramón Lubo, Miguel Jabalera
Athletic Trainer: Sandra Hernandez
Strength & Conditioning Coach: William Reichel


Pitchers: Xavier Alvero, Anthony Bello, Luis Beltrán, Darwin Caballero, Yeiber Cartaya, Noelin Cuevas, Adrián Delgado, Joldanny Genoa, Fermin Magallanes, Francis Martinez, Miguel Mesa, Francisco Morao, Oscar Moreta, Keeler Morfe, Jesús Palacios, Mario Santana, Raymond Sosa, Eduardo Torres, Jairo Vásquez.

Catchers: Andrés Nolaya, Miguel Rodriguez, Luis Vicioso.

Infielders: Félix Amparo, Junior Aybar, Edrei Campos, Victor Celedonio, Joshua Liranzo, José Mejía, Adriam Santos.

Outfielders: Abraham Cohen, Héctor Jiménez, Raúl Leonte, Yirber Ruiz, Jonaiker Sandoval.

Manager: Elbis Morel
Pitching Coach: Bailey Vuylsteke
Hitting Coach: Julian Gonazalez
Fundamentals Coaches: Ramón Lubo & Miguel Jabalera
Athletic Trainer: Maegan Manrow
Strength & Conditioning Coach: Daniel Vargas

The Orioles now have seven farm teams playing, the four full season teams at Triple-A Norfolk, Double-A Bowie, High-A Aberdeen and Low Single-A Delmarva. And the rookie-level clubs in the Florida Complex League and these two DSL teams.

O's get Milwaukee series finale: Heading into Thursday's series and road trip finale at Milwaukee, the Orioles needed to win to avoid a series sweep but trailed 3-0 to the seventh inning. They then scored once in the seventh, three in the eighth and two in the ninth to produce their 21st comeback win by a 6-3 score.

Gunnar Henderson's two-run homer to left in the eighth gave them a 4-3 lead and was his second go-ahead homer in the seventh or later on this trip. It was his second in his last three full games.

The Orioles entered yesterday ranked fifth in the AL with 101 runs scored in the seventh inning or later this season. Now that number is higher, and they have outscored their opponents 107-82 in the seventh or later this year.

They head home at 38-24 after a 3-3 road trip. They had scored just five runs in the first two games and six innings of this series until the late offense saved the day for Baltimore.

The Orioles improved to 3-16 when trailing after seven innings.

Click here for another look at Gunnar's homer.


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