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Read about the Orioles' first draft under GM Mike Elias.

Mike Elias and the Orioles selected first in rounds 3-10 on Tuesday, adding more talent following their first-day crop.

In taking Adley Rutschman with the MLB draft's first pick, the Orioles added a potent switch-hitter at a position that isn't often seen in the top five picks.

Orioles executive vice president/general manager Mike Elias explains the process that led the Orioles to first overall pick Adley Rutschman in the MLB draft.

Analysis of the Orioles' first day of the Major League Baseball draft.

Orioles select catcher Adley Rutschman No. 1 in MLB draft.

The Orioles could have gone two ways with the first pick in the First Year Player Draft and either one would have been fine, but anything else would not.

After taking Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman No. 1, the Orioles drafted Alabama prep shortstop Gunner Henderson 42nd and Stanford's Kyle Stowers 71st.

What they are saying about Orioles No. 1 draft pick Adley Rutschman.

Who is Adley Rutschman, the Orioles' No. 1 draft pick?

Shortly after 7 p.m. Monday, Mike Elias will make the selection that will rank among the most important decisions in his tenure as Orioles GM.

How have the Orioles' draft picks performed over the past 30 years? (Statistics for active players are through May 29.)

Examining Orioles GM Mike Elias' draft picks with the Houston Astros.

Breaking down the draft's top two prospects in Adley Rutschamn and Bobby Witt Jr., whom the Orioles might choose with the first pick in the 2019 MLB draft.

Buster Posey doesn't personally know Adley Rutschman, potentially the Orioles' No. 1 pick Monday, but he knows what an offensive catcher brings to a team.

It's not just Adley Rutschman vs. Bobby Witt Jr. Here's a look at some of the other well-regarded players outside the top two MLB draft prospects.

LSU right-hander Ben McDonald is the only player the Orioles have selected with the first overall pick of the MLB draft. That will change Monday night.

Whoever the Orioles take with the first pick of the MLB draft on Monday will go in a spot that has a history of success, but then the failures stand out more.

The Orioles' recent drafts have stocked the franchise with some promising players who fit Mike Elias' draft-and-development formula.

Orioles executive vice president/general manager Mike Elias is well aware of how to use the MLB draft signing bonus pool system to Baltimore’s advantage.

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