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Delmon Young, Left Fielder/DH: A-
Young has provided everything the O's have hoped he would and then some, posting a .305 batting average with a .339 OBP off the bench. Young gives manager Buck Showalter a strong pinch-hitting option to use in certain matchups late in the game, or a bat to slot into the lineup against a lefty.
Steve Pearce, First Baseman/DH: A
When Davis went on the DL, Pearce (pictured) filled in admirably, belting three homers and playing solid defense at first base. The O's would certainly love to find a way to keep him with the organization all season, an organization that is overflowing with quality depth.
Ryan Flaherty, Utility Infielder: C
Flaherty has struggled with the bat, but it's hard to knock a guy who is mainly on the roster to provide great defense at every position on the infield. "Flash" has done just that, as few in baseball can rival his defensive ability at each infield position.
Steve Clevenger, Catcher: A-
Providing a breath of fresh air to the O's backup catcher position, Clevenger appears to be well on his way to becoming a fan favorite. With Wieters on the DL, Clevenger figures to get most of the playing time behind the dish. Clevenger has roped six doubles and a triple this season.
David Lough, Outfielder: D
Lough has been great in the field, but has struggled at plate and is currently batting under .200 on the season. He's been relegated to a late-inning defensive replacement role, but he can certainly provide value in that role as well as being a pinch-runner.
Caleb Joseph, Catcher: B
Joseph has just three games and nine at-bats to his name, and while he has smacked just one base hit, he can't be faulted for his limited play since his recent call-up. Joseph will likely be on his way back to Triple-A Norfolk once Wieters returns, and until then will be the backup catcher behind Clevenger.