Signed as a non-drafted free agent on December 13, 2010...Signed by Johnny DiPuglia and Moises de la Mota.
Made 32 starts at catcher, with the Orioles going 15-17 in these games; posted a 3.89 ERA while catching; went 3-for-12 (25.0%) in throwing out potential base stealers; had five passed balls and four errors as a catcher...Recorded at least one RBI in nine of 13 games from 8/6-22; his 16 RBI during this stretch were tied for the fourth-most in the AL...Recorded his first career walk-off hit/plate appearance on 8/22 vs. BOS with his RBI single in the 10th inning...Hit his second career pinch-hit home run on 8/8 at WSH; went 3-for-5 in pinch-hit opportunities in 2020...Homered in back-to-back games (7/30-31), the third time in his career doing so (4/18-20/19 and 9/11-12/19)...Hit a go-ahead two-run home run in the eighth inning on 7/30 vs. NYY; his first career go-ahead home run in the seventh inning-or-later...Batted .159 (10-for-63) in 20 games in September, .313 (25-for-80) in 23 August games, and .294 (5-for-17) in five games in July...Went 1-for-28 in his final eight games of the season (.036 batting average)...Did not record an RBI in his final 21 games, going 0-for-19 with runners in scoring position during this stretch and leaving 40 runners on base; had driven in a run in 10 of his 17 games (8/6-30) prior (17 RBI)...Hit .276 (34-for-123) against right-handers and .162 (6-for-37) against left-handers...Batted .380 (19-for-50) with three home runs and 14 RBI in 16 Interleague games...Committed two catcher interference errors on 7/29 vs. NYY; his first career game with multiple errors...Appeared on his second-straight Opening Day roster.
Made his first career Opening Day roster; claimed off waivers from Washington on 3/23... Hit a career-high three home runs on 6/4 at TEX, his first career multi-home run game, becoming the first Orioles catcher in team history to have a three-home run game; was the 36th three-homer game by a catcher in Major League history (Severino was the 34th different catcher to do so; Johnny Bench and Gary Carter each did so twice)... Hit his first career grand slam on 8/24 vs. TB (RHP Austin Pruitt)... Homered in three-straight starts from 4/18-22... Matched his career-high with four hits four different times during the season, all of which came on the road (5/25 at COL, 7/25 at LAA, 7/27 at LAA, and 8/30 at KC)... Drove in a career-high four runs three times during the season (6/4 at TEX, 7/27 at LAA, and 8/24 vs. TB)... Recorded an RBI in three-straight games four different times during the season, setting a career-high... Hit .300 (45-for-150) in 46 road games, compared to .200 (31-for-155) in 50 home games... Hit .289 (54-for-187) in 56 night games, compared to .186 (22-for-118) in 40 day games... According to STATS LLC., his sixth inning at-bat on 9/2 at TB was the longest at-bat by an Oriole this season (13 pitches); resulted in an RBI single ... Finished the season in a 0-for-16 stretch... Threw out 10-of-52 (19.2%) potential base stealers during the season... His 10 passed balls were the second-most in the AL and tied for fourth-most in the majors... Posted a 1.2 WAR according to Baseball-Reference.com; entered the season with a career -0.7 WAR.
Did not make the Opening Day roster, but was recalled on April 2...Went on to enjoy two stints with the Nationals...Stepped up following injury to Matt Wieters and appeared in a career-high 70 games...Ranked eighth in Major League Baseball (5th in NL) with a 3.74 catcher ERA (min. 500 innings played)... Recorded a career-high eight-game hitting streak from April 28 to May 15...Hit .321 (9-for-28) with four doubles, two RBI, two walks and three runs scored during the streak...Threw out 11 of 40 (27.5%) would-be base stealers...Clubbed a three-run homer on July 7 vs. Miami (Hernandez)...His previous three Major League home runs were all solo homers...The three RBI marked a single-game career-high...In his last 33 games with Triple-A Syracuse he hit .269 with five doubles, one triple, six homers, 13 RBI, five walks and 14 runs scored.
Enjoyed five stints with Washington...Hitting .248 (55-for-222) with four doubles, one triple, five home runs, 29 RBI, 15 BB and 21 runs in 63 Minor League games...Threw out 20 of 63 (32%) would-be base stealers in for Triple-A Syracuse and short-season Single-A Auburn...Recorded two hits on Sept. 5 at MIA (2-for-4, RBI)...Threw out two of five (40%) would-be base stealers in 10 MLB games...Made six starts for the Nationals...Hit .273 (15-for-55) with a double, triple, homer, six RBI, seven walks and five runs scored in 19 games for Aguilas Cibaenas of the Dominican Winter League.
Enjoyed three stints with Washington...Hit .467 (7-for-15) with a double, home run, two RBI and three runs in seven games in his second stint from July 30 to Aug. 19...Clubbed his first MLB home run, Aug. 17 at COL (Carasiti)... Was a pinch-hit home run in the top of the seventh inning...Clubbed a game-tying solo homer, Sept. 29 vs. ARI (Ray)...Recorded his first career multihit game and RBI on Aug. 3 at ARI...Hit .275 with 12 doubles, two homers, 21 RBI, 19 walks and 25 runs scored in 81 games for Triple-A Syracuse... Started Game 1 and Game 4 of the NLDS...Hit .235 with one triple and one RBI in six games for Aguilas Cibaenas of the Dominican Winter League.
Began the season with Double-A Harrisburg before having his contract selected on Sept. 1...Made his MLB debut, Sept. 20 vs. MIA...Recorded his first MLB hit in his first MLB plate appearance, smoking a pinch-hit double off the left field wall, September 20 vs. MIA (Urena)...Hit .246 with with 13 doubles, five homers, 34 RBI, 19 walks and 33 runs scored in a career-high 91 games with Double-A Harrisburg...Named Eastern League mid-season and post-season All-Star.
Clubbed a career-high nine home runs, good for third on Double-A Harrisburg...Entered the season rated as the No. 16 prospect in the Nationals chain, according to Baseball America ...Appeared in 12 games for Mesa of the Arizona Fall League, hitting .233 with two doubles, one triple and five RBI.
Named a South Atlantic League mid-season All-Star after hitting .254 with eight doubles, one triple and 19 RBI in the first half.
For the second year in a row, took part in Nationals Extended Spring Training...Played in 38 games for the GCL Nationals
In his first professional season, played for the GCL Nationals after taking part in Washington's Extended Spring Training program.