2. Drew Dosch, 3B
The Baltimore Orioles selected Drew Dosch in the seventh round of the 2013 MLB draft and spent the first year of his pro baseball career on the disabled list.
Since then, Dosch has worked his way through three years at Double-A Bowie before receiving a promotion to join the Triple-A Norfolk Tides during the 2017 season. Now in 2018, he’s batting a slash of .293/.337/.399 through 48 games in Triple-A.
The 25-year-old is enjoying a captivating June as he’s batting .333 with 16 RBIs, three doubles and a home run. Dosch has already recorded two games with three RBIs each in June including a 3-for-5 performance with a double and three RBIs in the Tides’ 6-4 victory over Charlotte.
In comparison against right-handed pitcher vs. left-handed pitchers, Dosch feeds off right-handed pitching by hitting .322 with three home runs and 19 RBIs.
Dosch is another left-handed bat the Orioles could always use in their dominating right-handed batting lineup. The former Youngstown baseball star has played third base throughout his career and has only committed four errors through 295.1 innings in 2018.