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One for the future: Breaking down the Orioles' top prospects as the team prepares to rebuild

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect Dillon Tate

A look at right-hander Dillon Tate, who was acquired from the New York Yankees in the Zach Britton trade.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles pitching prospect Keegan Akin

A look at left-hander Keegan Akin, who has spent the last year-plus being as consistent and steady as any pitching prospect in the organization, and is in line to join the big league conversation next spring.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles pitcher Jimmy Yacabonis

Jimmy Yacabonis' trajectory was changed some this year when the team tried to convert him from a hard-throwing reliever to a starter.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect DJ Stewart

Evaluating Orioles prospect DJ Stewart, the team's 2015 first-round pick who appears to be nearing a major league call-up as the team begins to rebuild.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles pitching prospect DL Hall

As part of the Baltimore Sun's One for the Future series, evaluating Orioles 2017 first-round pick DL Hall, who has emerged as the top pitching prospect in the system.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect Branden Kline

Right-hander Branden Kline returned from missing nearly three years with elbow injuries to solidify himself as a legitimate bullpen piece in a matter of weeks.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect Cedric Mullins

Evaluating Orioles center field prospect Cedric Mullins, whose productivity in the high minors has made his call-up to the major league team inevitable.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect Alex Wells

For the second installment of "One for the future," we’ll look at Alex Wells, the 21-year-old Australian left-hander who will be the Orioles’ first international prospect to represent them at the All-Star Futures Game this weekend since Cuban outfielder Dariel Álvarez did in 2014.

One for the future: Evaluating Orioles prospect Ryan Mountcastle

In a twice-weekly series, a look at third baseman Ryan Mountcastle, who will represent the Orioles on Sunday as a member of the U.S. team in the All-Star Futures Game in Washington.

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