Rutschman drives in a run in extras

Keeping tabs on the No. 2 overall prospect

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June 19: Tallies RBI in two-hit night
Adley Rutschman reached base three times for Double-A Bowie as he slapped a two singles, drove in a run and worked a walk in a 2-for-5 ballgame. He was also caught stealing for the second time this season. His lone RBI came in the 10th as the Baysox looked to avoid losing in extras for a second night in a row, but they fell to Akron 17-9 in 12 innings. Adley took a break from catching duties Saturday, playing first base for the first 11 innings in the contest. He is now hitting .297 on the year. Gameday »

June 18: Notches two hits in loss
Adley Rutschman had a solid night at the plate Friday, going 2-for-4 for Double-A Bowie. Both of his hits were singles in the sixth and eighth innings. Akron showed some respect to the No. 2 prospect in baseball in extras, issuing him an intentional walk in the 11th inning. Bowie struggled for runs in the contest, as the Baysox lost to Akron 5-1. Gameday »

June 17: Hitless in win
Adley Rutschman went hitless for the third time in five games Thursday night, going 0-for-4 with a strikeout in Double-A Bowie's win over Akron. While he didn't get it done with the bat, he caught a nice game behind the plate, guiding Cody Sedlock and Blaine Knight through nine solid innings with each allowing just one walk. Gameday »

June 16: Slaps two singles
While there wasn't much offense for Double-A Bowie Wednesday, Adley Rutschman still managed to have himself a multihit night. The No. 2 prospect in baseball went 2-for-3 with a walk on the night as the Baysox squeaked out a 1-0 win against Akron. Rutschman is now hitting .295 on the year. Gameday »

June 15: Hitless vs. Akron
Rutschman had a rough game at the plate, going 0-for-3 with a walk and leaving five runners on base in Bowie's 3-2 loss to Akron. The catcher is still hitting .287 with a .982 OPS on the season after going 3-for-6 with a homer in his previous game. Gameday »

June 13: Homer and three hits in blowout win
Adley Rutschman, manning first base and the two-hole in Bowie's lineup, racked up three hits and launched his 10th homer of the year, an opposite-field moonshot in the Baysox's 10-0 win over Binghamton. He finished 3-for-6 at the dish with two RBIs and a run scored. On the season, Rutschman is slashing .298/.428/.571 with an OPS of .999. Gameday »

June 12: Streaks end in hitless night
Adley Rutschman failed to reach base for the first time in 20 games Saturday night, going 0-for-4 for Double-A Bowie. He still managed to be productive despite not reaching base though, tallying an RBI on a sac fly in the first inning. It was his 25th RBI of the season and proved to be valuable as Bowie squeaked by Binghamton 8-7. Gameday »

June 11: Extends hitting and on-base streaks
Double-A Northeast pitchers can't seem to figure out a way to keep Adley Rutschman off the basepaths. The No. 2 prospect in baseball slapped a single in a 1-for-4 night to extend his hitting streak to seven games and his on-base streak to 20. Rutschman also walked and scored two runs on the night. The last time Adley failed to reach base was back on May 18 and he has reached base in all but two games this season. Gameday »

June 10: Hits two-run homer as on-base streak reaches 19
Adley Rutschman is on another planet right now. The Orioles' No. 1 prospect smashed a two-run home run for Double-A Bowie Thursday, his ninth of the year and third in the past five games. He now has a six-game hit streak and a 19-game on-base streak. Rutschman went 1-for-4 on the night as Bowie took down Binghamton 7-4. His OPS sits at a whopping 1.021 on the year. Gameday »

June 9: Stays hot with two more hits
Adley Rutschman picked up two of Double-A Bowie's six hits on Wednesday. The two singles helped Rutschman notch his eighth multihit performance in 30 games this season. Five of those games have occurred since May 30, a span of 10 games. The No. 2 prospect in baseball owns a healthy .296/.442/.565 slash line for the Baysox. Gameday »

June 8: Goes 1-for-5 as Bowie scores 12
Adley Rutschman didn't contribute too much in the batter's box as Double-A Bowie scored 12 runs in a victory Tuesday night. The Orioles' No. 1 prospect went 1-for-5 with a single and two strikeouts. However, Rutschman did help behind the plate as he caught a three-hit shutout for the Baysox. Gameday »

June 6: Two more extra-base hits
Adley Rutschman capped his weekend with two more hits Sunday, including his eighth home run of the season for Double-A Bowie. The Orioles' top prospect added a gift double in the eighth inning when his sky-high popup landed on the grass about 20 feet in front of home plate. Rutschman went 5-for-8 with two homers and two doubles on the weekend and has reached base in 16 consecutive games. More »

June 5: Homers as streak runs to 15
Adley Rutschman sent a game-tying homer out to left as he extended his on-base streak to 15 games for Double-A Bowie. Baseball's no. 2 overall prospect went 3-for-5 on the night, adding a double, a single and three runs scored to his clutch blast. Rutschman is now hitting .281 on the year with a .977 OPS. Bowie lost it in extras though as the Baysox scored three times in the 10th but couldn't hold on to the lead as Hartford walked it off 8-7. More »

June 4: Singles and scores to extend streak
Adley Rutschman singled for Double-A Bowie Friday, extending his on-base streak to 14 games. Rutschman ended the night 1-for-4 with a run scored in the Baysox win. Despite the on-base streak, the 23-year-old has just two hits in his past 16 at-bats. His average has dipped to .264 over the past four games. Gameday »

June 3: Extends on-base streak
Rutschman once again went hitless, but extended his on-base streak to 13 games with a first inning walk. Baseball's no. 2 overall prospect is hitting just .083 (1-for-12) through three June games. On a more positive note Rutschman remained perfect at first base; keeping his fielding percentage flawless through six games at the position. Gameday »

June 2: Singles in quiet day
Adley Rutschman had a slight rebound from a hitless game Wednesday, going 1-for-4 in Double-A Bowie's win. While it wasn't the best of performances, the switch-hitting catcher is now hitting .277 on the year with an impressive .976 OPS to boot. His lone hit was a single in the eighth inning. Gameday »

June 1: Goes hitless in win
After a huge day Sunday, Adley Rutschman had a more modest Tuesday night, as the No. 2 overall prospect went 0-for-4 in Double-A Bowie's 7-2 win. Rutschman still managed to get on base though, as he worked a walk in the first inning. Gameday »