We're now more than a month into the major league season and despite their struggles, the Baltimore Orioles currently hold a 15-14 record and are tied with the New York Yankees for first place in the AL East.
The O's are in the bottom half of the AL in both starting pitching ERA and runs scored. Something needs to change soon for the ballclub to remain in contention, and that might consist of calling up one of their prized prospects from the minors.
Here's a closer look at each of the organization's top 10 prospects and whether their stock increased, decreased, or stayed the same based on their performance over the past week.
I will use my previous list of prospects compiled earlier in the season for this particular segment.