MLB: Reports: Orioles set to call up OF Kyle Stowers


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In the midst of his power explosion since the start of spring training, the Baltimore Orioles will add outfielder Kyle Stowers to the major league roster, multiple outlets reported Monday.

A corresponding move has yet to be revealed, with the Orioles set to play host to the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday in the opener of a three-game series.

Stowers, 26, had brief appearances for Baltimore in each of the past two seasons and made a case to make the Opening Day roster when he hit seven home runs in 14 games this past spring training. He was instead assigned to Triple-A Norfolk where he has 11 more home runs in 36 games.

A second-round draft pick in 2019 out of Stanford, the San Diego-area native was just 2-for-30 in 14 games with the Orioles last season and did not hit a home run. He had three home runs with 11 RBIs in 34 games for Baltimore in 2022.

Stowers has hit as many as 27 home runs in a minor league season (2021) and hit 21 in 75 minor league games last season.

–Field Level Media


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