The future: Both of the most well-known names in the system in right field have major league time, though both of them seem to have lost their luster in the organization. Dariel Alvarez had two stints with the Orioles this season, but spent most of his time at Triple-A Norfolk. He hit .288 there, but had just four home runs after two straight seasons of 16 home runs in the minors. Henry Urrutia, who appeared with the Orioles in 2013 and 2015, began in Norfolk as well, but was designated for assignment and outrighted to Double-A Bowie midseason. He hit .245 for the Tides, but did well in the Eastern League, batting .316 with 21 extra-base hits in 75 games.