Speaking of potential, look out for Matt Wieters this summer.
After a season-and-a-half of moderate success, the Orioles backstop officially announced his presence in 2011, mashing 22 long balls. He also set career bests with a .262 AVG, .328 OBP and .450 SLG.
The Oriole also proved to be quite capable defensively, throwing out 37 percent of runners that tried to move up a base.
Wieters has long been touted as the next big thing behind the plate and really started to tap into his potential last year.
In 2012, Wieters should continue to come into his own, and earns the honor of being the AL East's most valuable catcher entering the 2012 MLB season.
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