From prospects to veterans, the Baltimore Orioles have a solid amount of depth in their minor league system.
They did lose a little bit of that depth this past week, however, as Conor Jackson retired on Sunday. The veteran was the Orioles' final cut in the spring as he was narrowly edged out by Steve Pearce for the final bench spot. He was averaging .200 in nine games at Triple-A Norfolk this season.
Jackson would have likely been called up to the O's at some point this season, especially if the Orioles' designated hitters continue to struggle. Still, there are plenty of players in the Orioles' farm system that will get the call to the bigs at some point this year.
Here are current the minor leaguers who will most likely see some time with the O's this season.