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Baltimore Orioles Top Prospects: Who's Hot and Who's Not?
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It's been a huge week for Orioles farm hands.

Left-handers Josh Hader (Delmarva) and Eduardo Rodriguez (Frederick) were named to their respective leagues' All-Star squads, along with catcher Zane Chavez (Frederick). Likely All-Star Caleb Joseph was named Eastern League Player of the Week after a stretch that saw him hit .522 with three doubles, one home run and seven RBI. 

On top of that, the organization got huge performances from outfielder Henry Urrutia, who currently leads the Eastern League in batting average; right-hander Parker Bridwell, who set a career high with 10 strikeouts; and first baseman Hector Veloz, who hit a towering, no-doubt-about-it three-run homer in Aberdeen's second game of the season.

And don't forget about all the players selected in this June's First-Year Player Draft who have joined the ranks over the past few days, including Trey Mancini (ninth round), Austin Wynns (10th), Jeff Kemp (33rd) and Jimmy Yacabonis (13th).

Recently signed selections Hunter Harvey (first round) and Josh Hart (competitive balance round) should be following shortly as well.

Without further ado, let's take a look at some of the top-performing "Baby Birds" from the past few weeks.

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