September is right around the corner, which means it's nearly time for Major League rosters to expand. For Orioles fans who are being forced to watch another late-season collapse that can mean only one thing: time to see what the farm system has to offer!
The big-league team has already seen a major influx of minor league talent throughout the course of the season. It started with lefty Zach Britton, who was recalled to take Brian Matusz's spot in the rotation during the first week of the season. It continued with infielder Ryan Adams, who debuted on May 20th and appeared in nine games from that point on till he was demoted in mid-June.
Outfielder Matt Angle and infielder Blake Davis also earned the opportunity to make their big-league debuts.
O's fans can expect a massive influx of talent from the minors to reinforce the struggling team at the big-league level.
Here's who is most likely to get the call on the first day of roster expansion, and what to expect once they get to Camden Yards.