Married his wife, Taylor, in February 2023...Attended Paul J. Hagerty (FL) HS...Had his No. 5 high school baseball jersey retired by the Hagerty baseball team on Feb. 6, 2021...Drinks a Red Bull before games and will get McDonald's if he's in a slump...Wears a rubber bracelet on his wrist that says “Rest in Peace Austin” for Austin Ekern, his high school football teammate; Austin was hit and killed by a pickup truck in 2017 and Ryan has worn the bracelet every day since.
Made his second consecutive Opening Day roster...Set career highs in games (145), at-bats (555), hits (139), doubles (28) and walks (43) and tied career bests in triples (one), hit-by-pitches (four), and stolen bases (four)...Ranked second on the Orioles in hits, RBI (85) and home runs (22), and was third in total bases (235)...Homered twice on 6/15 at TOR to become the fastest homegrown player in O's history to hit 50 career home runs (231 games); also hit two home runs on 5/5 vs. MIN and 9/3 vs. OAK...Tied for second among AL first basemen and tied for fourth among MLB first basemen with three Outs Above Average, per Statcast; finished 2021 with -10 OAA (-6 in LF, -4 at 1B)...The -.086 differential between his slugging (.423) and xSLG (.509) was the largest negative difference in MLB, per Statcast; he also had the largest margin (-.046) in MLB between wOBA (.316) and xwOBA (.362)...Batted .274/.327/.440 (76-for-277) with 13 doubles, 11 homers, 29 runs scored, 49 RBI, 23 walks and two stolen bases in 74 home games compared to .227/.284/.406 (63-for-278) with 15 doubles, one triple, 11 homers, 33 runs, 36 RBI, 20 walks, four hit-by-pitches and two stolen bases in 71 games on the road...Hit .400/.550/.752 (50-for-125) when ahead in the count; that average ranked second, the slugging was fourth, and his on-base percentage ranked eighth among qualified MLB players in those situations...17 of his 22 home runs and 70 of his 85 RBI came against right-handed pitching...Was part of six of the O's 11 back-to-back home runs, the most by an Oriole since Jonathan Schoop was also involved in six in 2017...From 5/30 to 7/3, led MLB with 24 extra-base hits and 81 total bases while tying for the MLB lead with 15 doubles...Went 4-for-5 with a double, a solo homer and a career-high four runs scored on 5/30 at BOS; became the first Oriole to score four runs in a game since Chris Davis on 5/20/14 at PIT; also had a four-hit game on 5/8 (G1) vs. KC...Had a season-high eight-game hitting streak from 6/11-18; batted .400/.417/.857 (14-for-35) with four doubles, four homers, 10 runs, nine RBI and one walk during the stretch...Drew a career-high three walks on 9/26 at BOS...Hit his second career triple on 9/27 at BOS, joining 5/29/21 (G1) at CWS...Placed on the 10-day Injured List with a left wrist forearm strain on 5/13, retroactive to 5/11; reinstated on 5/21.
Led the team and all MLB rookies with 33 home runs, tied for the ninth-most by a rookie in AL history; since 1990, only two other AL rookies have hit at least 33 home runs in a season (Judge, NYY - 52 in 2017, Abreu, CWS - 36 in 2014), and both won AL Rookie of the Year...Became the first Orioles rookie to lead the team in home runs outright since Curt Blefary did so with 22 homers in 1965; Blefary won AL Rookie of the Year with 60% of the vote...His .487 SLG ranked fourth among qualified MLB rookies and ranked second on the Orioles (Mullins, .518); among O’s rookies, his .487 SLG ranks second all-time behind Trey Mancini’s .488 in 2017, while his 57 extra-base hits rank third and 260 total bases are good for fourth...His .796 OPS was second on the Orioles (Mullins, .878), third among AL rookies, and seventh among MLB rookies...His 260 total bases ranked second among rookies behind TEX’s Adolis García (264); he is the fourth rookie in O’s history (since 1954) to have 250 total bases in a season, joining Trey Mancini (265 in 2017), Cal Ripken, Jr. (284 in 1982) and Eddie Murray (287 in 1977)…Set the franchise’s single-season rookie record with his 29th home run on 9/16 vs. NYY, surpassing the mark set by Orioles Legend and Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. (28 in 1982)…Voted to Baseball Digest’s 2021 MLB Rookie All-Star Team at first base...From 5/1 on, he slashed .266/.324/.528 (118-for-443) with 51 XBH (32 HR, 18-2B, 3B), 69 runs, 82 RBI and 37 walks in 119 games, compared to .198/.229/.286 (18-for-91) with six XBH (HR, 5-2B), eight runs, seven RBI and four walks in his first 25 games of the year...His .528 SLG from 5/1 on led all rookies, +.055 higher than the next-closest rookie (India, CIN - .473), and ranked 15th overall in the AL during that span...His 13-game hit streak from 7/28-8/21 was the longest active streak in MLB and was the third-longest streak by an O’s batter in 2021 (20 G - Mullins & 17 G - Hays)…Drove in at least one run in eight-straight games from 5/31-6/9, tied for the longest streak in the majors in 2021 and the longest streak by a rookie in club history (since 1954)…Recorded multiple hits in a career-high four-straight games from 7/31-8/3, the longest streak by an Orioles batter in 2021...Named AL Rookie of the Month for June, his first career ROTM award; slashed .327/.382/.634 and led AL rookies in AVG, SLG, OPS (1.015), HR (9), XBH (13) and RBI (26) during the month...Recorded his first career three-homer game on 6/19 vs. TOR, the second three-homer game by a rookie in O’s history (Nick Markakis, 8/22/06 vs. MIN); marked the 33rd three-homer game by a rookie in Major League history...Played in his 162nd career game on 9/15 and slashed .276/.328/.492 (165-for-597) with 33 home runs, 28 doubles, 80 runs and 103 RBI during his first 162 career games; is the only Oriole in club history to record 100+ RBI in their first 162 career games and his 33 homers are the second-most by an O’s batter in their first 162 games, trailing only Jay Gibbons (34)…His double on 6/5 vs. MIN had an exit velocity of 114.6 MPH, tied with Pedro Severino for the hardest-hit ball by an O’s batter in 2021 and was the hardest-hit ball of his career...Placed on the seven-day Injured List (concussion) on 8/8 before being transferred to the 10-day Injured List on 8/16 and being activated on 8/17...Made his first career Opening Day roster.
Ranked first among AL rookies (min. 110 PA) in OBP (.386), tied for first in three-hit games (5), second in OPS (.878), batting average (.333), and slugging (.492), third in multi-hit games (14), fifth in hits (42), tied for sixth in RBI (23), and eighth in home runs (5)...Voted to Baseball Digest’s 2020 MLB Rookie All-Star Team as one of three outfielders...His 30 hits and 19 RBI in September led the Orioles (26 games); ranked tied for sixth in the AL in hits and tied for 10th in RBI during this stretch...Led the Orioles with 42.7% of his batted balls (41-for-98) being hard hit (95+ MPH)...Hit .343 (12-for-35) with RISP and .417 (5-for-12) with RISP and two outs...Recorded 14 multi-hit games in his 35 games; ranked third on the O’s in multi-hit games...His 14 multi-hit games are the second-most by a player in O’s history in their first 35 games (Curtis Goodwin - 17)...Reached base safely in 26 of his 35 games (26 of his 34 starts); hit safely in 22 of his 34 starts...Led the Orioles in RBI (23) after joining the club on 8/21...Drove in a run in five-straight games from 9/4-9, including recording multi-RBI games in three of the five (nine total RBI during the stretch); had five multi-RBI games on the season...Batted .354 (34-for-96) with all five of his home runs coming against right-handed pitching...Hit .254 (17-for-67) with two strikes; his 17 hits were tied for the most on the O’s... Collected a career-high four hits (reached safely in all five plate appearances) on 9/9 at NYM...Recorded his first career home run (second inning, Roark) and first career multi-home run game on 8/30 at TOR (game played in Buffalo)...Became the first Oriole to hit his first two career home runs in the same game since Manny Machado (8/10/12 vs. KC)...According to STATS, LLC., he became the eighth player in MLB history (since 1913) to hit his first career home run in a non- MLB stadium...Recorded his first career RBI, an RBI single in the fourth inning, on 8/25 at TB...Recorded his first Major League hit, an infield single, in the 9th inning on 8/22 vs. BOS...Made his Major League debut on 8/21 vs. BOS, starting in LF and going 0-for-2, R, 2 BB...Made 23 starts in left field, nine starts at first base, and two starts as the DH.
Named the Orioles Brooks Robinson Minor League Player of the Year... Named the International League MVP; the first Tides player to be named league MVP since Roberto Petagine in 1997... Named both a Mid-Season and Postseason All-Star for Triple-A Norfolk... Named the Orioles Minor League Player of the Year by Baseball America... In 127 games with Triple-A Norfolk, he batted .312/.344/.527 (162-for-520) with 35 doubles, one triple, 25 home runs, 81 runs, and 83 RBI... Led the International League with 162 hits; became the first Tides player to lead the league in hits since Mike Cervenak in 2007 (157)... Named Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for July; hit .333 (36-for-108), with 11 doubles, four home runs, 15 runs, and 15 RBI over 25 games... Named the International League Batter of the Week for the period of 4/15-21; .370 (10-for-27), 2-2B, 4 HR, 8 R, 11 RBI, 7 G... Entered the season ranked as the No. 3 Orioles prospect, according to Baseball America... Hit a career-high three home runs on 6/2 vs. Louisville; tied a Norfolk franchise record.. Had a career-high 15-game hitting streak from 7/16-31, batting .415 (27-for-65) during this stretch... Batted .349 (52-for-149) with nine home runs against left-handed pitching... Hit .442 (19-for-43) with three home runs, 10 runs scored, and 10 RBI in the ninth inning of games... Made 83 starts at first base, 26 starts in left field, and nine starts at third base for Norfolk... Received an invite to Spring Training as a non-roster invitee... Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 11/20, and was added to the 40-man roster.
Named to the 2018 SiriusXM MLB Futures Game as part of Team USA...Named a MiLB.com Organization All-Star...Named an Eastern League Mid-Season All-Star...Drove in at least one run in 12 of his first 19 games...Had a Double-A Bowie team-high 13-game hitting streak from 6/27-7/12...Finished third on the Baysox in hits (117) and triples (4), and fourth in home runs (13), runs (63), and RBI (59)...Hit .311 (64-for-206) in 53 home games...Batted .315 (95-for-302) with 11 home runs against right-handed pitching...Entered the season ranked as the Orioles No. 2 prospect, according to Baseball America and MLB.com...Received an invite to Spring Training as a non-roster invitee.
Enters 2018 ranked as the second-best Orioles prospect according to Baseball America, and ranks No. 71 on the Top 100 Prospects list by Baseball America ... Split the season between Class-A Advanced Frederick and Double-A Bowie, and combined to hit .287 (147-for-513) ... Recorded 38 total multi-hit games between Frederick and Bowie, and 13 with three-or-more hits ... Hit safely in 10-straight games (4/11-21) with the Keys, averaging .400 (16-for-40) during this stretch ... Hit safely in 11 of the last 12 games of the season, going 15-for-50 (.300) ... Awarded the Carolina League batting crown, after leading the league in hitting (.314) while playing 88 games for the Keys ... Selected as Orioles Minor League Player of the Month for May after going .336 (36-for-107) with 11 doubles, one triple, six home runs, 22 runs, 19 RBI, two walks, and two stolen bases over 26 games ... Selected as both a Carolina League Mid-Season and Postseason All-Star ... Following the season, played in the Arizona Fall League for the Salt River Rafters, going .244 (20-for-82) with four walks, four doubles, three home runs, 11 runs scored, 14 RBI, and two stolen bases in 21 games...Notched an eight-game hitting streak with Salt River from 10/12-24 (.324, 11-for-34)
Entered 2017 ranked as the No. 3 Orioles prospect, according to Baseball America...Spent the season with Class-A Delmarva...Finished second on the Shorebirds in hits, tied for second in doubles, and was third in total bases (194)...Hit safely in 16 of 18 May games, batting .375 (24-for-64) in that span...Chosen as the South Atlantic Player of the Week for 6/6-12, batting .469 (15-for-32) with five doubles, two home runs, and five RBI in seven games...For 6/6-12, was named to the MLBPipeline. com Prospect Team of the Week...Recorded a season-high five hits, going 5-for-6 with a walk, double, home run, three runs scored, and one RBI on 6/6 at West Virginia...Collected a season-high four RBI on 6/29 vs. Greensboro...Hit .379 (44-for-116) vs. left-handed pitchers...Batted .310 (36-for-116) with RISP...Entered the season ranked as the No. 7 Orioles prospect by Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus, and the No. 8 prospect in the Orioles system, according to MLB.com.
Rated as the best athlete in Baltimore's organization, according to Baseball America...After the season, rated as the No. 15 prospect in the Gulf Coast League by Baseball America...Selected as an MiLB.com Organizational All-Star...Made his professional debut with the GCL Orioles on 6/26 vs. the GCL Rays and collected his first professional hit, going 2-for-4...Slugged his first professional home run on 7/24 vs. the GCL Rays...Recorded two four-hit performances (7/4 and 7/15) with the GCL Orioles...Posted a 10-game hitting streak from 7/22-8/4 (.342, 13-for-38)...Had a .942 fielding percentage in 33 starts at shortstop for the GCL Orioles...Batted .333 (10-for-33) with RISP...Named the Organizational Player of the Month for June after batting .348 (31-for-89) with five doubles, two home runs, and 11 RBI in 23 games...Debuted with Short-Season AAberdeen on 8/19...Logged two multi-RBI games with the IronBirds (8/23 vs. Brooklyn and 8/30 vs. Vermont).