A look at how the Orioles' top 10 prospects, according to Baseball America, fared last season, with a brief analysis on each:
1. RHP Dylan Bundy
2013 statistics: Did not pitch
Skinny: Bundy missed the entire 2013 season after Tommy John elbow ligament reconstruction, and he's not expected to return to games until June. But he made his major league debut at the end of the 2012 season and remains a vital part of the Orioles' future.
2. RHP Kevin Gausman
2013 statistics: 3-5, 5.66 ERA in 20 games (five starts) with Orioles; 1-2, 4.04 ERA in eight games (seven starts) for Triple-A Norfolk; 2-4, 3.11 ERA in eight starts for Double-A Bowie
Skinny: After struggling in five starts for the Orioles last year (0-3, 7.66 ERA), Gausman had some success out of the bullpen. His future, of course, is in the starting rotation, and the Orioles expect him to develop into a potential ace sooner than later.
3. LHP Eduardo Rodriguez
2013 statistics: 4-3, 4.22 ERA in 11 starts for Bowie; 6-4, 2.85 ERA in 14 starts for Single-A Frederick
Skinny: Although the numbers in his second major league spring training weren't good, Rodriguez made a point to mention the experience and the lessons he learned when he was reassigned to minor league camp March 12. The left-hander turns 21 on April 7, and he could pitch in the majors later this year.
4. RHP Hunter Harvey
2013 statistics: 0-1, 2.25 ERA in three starts for short-season Single-A Aberdeen; 0-0, 1.35 ERA in five starts for Rookie-level Gulf Coast League Orioles
Skinny: The son of two-time All-Star closer Bryan Harvey, the 19-year-old shined in his first professional action last year after the Orioles drafted him 22nd overall in June. He had 33 strikeouts and walked six batters in 251/3 innings between the Gulf Coast League and Aberdeen. Harvey, 19, will move slowly through the Orioles' system.
5. 2B Jonathan Schoop
2013 statistics: .286 average, one HR, one RBI in five games for Orioles; .256, nine HRs, 34 RBIs in 70 games for Norfolk
Skinny: After hitting a home run in his major league debut last September, Schoop continued to show he's ready for the next step with a strong performance this spring. The 22-year-old, who has added a lot of muscle since his first professional season in 2009, has a chance to secure an everyday role in the major leagues this year.
6. LHP Tim Berry
2013 statistics: 11-7, 3.85 ERA in 27 starts for Frederick
Skinny: The 23-year-old slowly has climbed through the organization since the Orioles selected him in the 50th round of the 2009 draft. Berry spent the past two seasons at Frederick, but he received a big break when the Orioles added him to the 40-man roster in November. He was 2-0 with a 1.84 ERA in seven games (two starts) in the Arizona Fall League.
7. OF Henry Urrutia