The Baltimore Orioles have had a bit of a slow start to the 2014 season. The pitching and the offense are both struggling, and while the Birds sit on a .500 record, the team knows it could be, and should be, doing better.
However, some minor league players are off to good starts, adding promise to an organization that decided to go all-in this season.
I'm going to take a look at the O's top 10 prospects going into the 2014 season and analyze whether their stocks have gone up or down based on their starts to the season.
For reference, I will be using the list of the Oriole's top 10 prospects I assembled prior to spring training.