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101-61 6-4 L1
99-63 6-4 W2
89-73 4-6 L2
82-80 6-4 L1
78-84 3-7 W1

Top Coby Mayo News

  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Moves up to Triple-A

    The Orioles promoted Mayo from Double-A Bowie to Triple-A Norfolk on Sunday, Steve Melewski of reports.

    The Norfolk lineup had a need for another power hitter after outfielder Colton Cowser was recently called up to the big leagues, and the 21-year-old should help fill some of that void. The corner-infield prospect slashed .310/.427/.609 with 17 home runs in 344 plate appearances at Bowie, doing so while maintaining a manageable 24.4 percent strikeout rate.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: In control at Double-A

    Mayo is hitting .281 with a .400 OBP and seven home runs in 49 games for Double-A Bowie.

    The 21-year-old infielder has been the sixth-best hitter (149 wRC+) in the Eastern League and is one of the 10 youngest hitters on the circuit. Baltimore is overflowing with talented young position players in the majors and upper minors, so Mayo may not get a shot as soon as he's ready, either later this season or sometime next season. However, he looks like a future middle-of-the-order run producer capable of playing either corner-infield spot in addition to designated hitter.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Reassigned to minor-league camp

    The Orioles reassigned Mayo to minor-league camp Thursday, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Mayo slashed just .143/.188/.214 through his 16 plate appearances this spring. He was able to reach Double-A ball last season, where he posted a .745 OPS across 149 plate appearances, and will likely return there to begin the 2023 campaign.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Turns in modest 2022

    Mayo slashed .247/.326/.456 with 19 homers and five steals across 104 games split between High-A and Double-A in 2022.

    After impressing in rookie ball last season, the 2020 fourth-rounder was pretty good in High-A (14 homers and an .821 OPS over 68 games) before largely struggling upon his promotion to Double-A (.729 OPS, 34.5 percent strikeout rate). That said, he gets a pass because of his youth, as this was Mayo's age-20 campaign. He is big and projectable at 6-foot-5, 215 pounds, and he needs some time to grow into his power and learn how to hit upper-level pitching, so it'd be a surprise if Mayo were to make his MLB debut for anything more than a cup of coffee in 2023.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Back in action for Bowie

    Double-A Bowie reinstated Mayo (back) from its 7-day injured list, and he'll re-enter the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against Akron as the team's designated hitter and No. 6 batter.

    Mayo had been out of action since July 1 with back spasms, but he was cleared to rejoin Bowie after recently wrapping up a seven-game rehab assignment between the rookie-level Florida Complex League and High-A Aberdeen. Following his late-June promotion from Aberdeen, Mayo played in only three games for Bowie before the back issue cropped up.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Shifting rehab to High-A

    Mayo (back) is expected to move his rehab assignment to High-A Aberdeen on Tuesday, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    After going 0-for-5 with a walk and a run scored over a pair of rehab games in the rookie-level Florida Complex League over the weekend, Mayo is expected to spend the entire week with Aberdeen. If he remains free of setbacks over his next few rehab games, Mayo should be activated from Double-A Bowie's 7-day injured list early next week. Mayo has been on the shelf since early July with the back injury.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Rehabbing in FCL

    Mayo (back) is set to begin a rehab assignment with the Orioles' Florida Complex League team this week, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Mayo has dealt with back spasms throughout July, but he's progressed enough to return to game action. He's expected to need a few FCL games before returning to Double-A Bowie.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Heads to injured list

    Mayo landed on Double-A Bowie's injured list with back spasms Saturday, Steve Melewski of reports.

    Mayo hadn't played in a week due to the issue, which is now considered serious enough for him to officially exit the roster. The Orioles don't seem concerned about any long-term issues for Mayo, however.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Battling back spasms

    Mayo left Friday's Double-A Bowie game due to back spasms, Andy Kostka of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Mayo had only just joined Bowie on Monday, having hit .250/.326/.479 with 13 homers in 63 games for High-A Aberdeen to open the year. Whether or not the back issue represents anything more than a minor setback for the 20-year-old remains to be seen.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Advances to Double-A

    The Orioles promoted Mayo from High-A Aberdeen to Double-A Bowie on Monday, Nathan Ruiz of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Mayo was one of three top Orioles prospects elevated Monday to Bowie, with outfielder Colton Cowser and infielder Connor Norby also joining him in making the jump from Aberdeen. The 20-year-old third baseman hit .250 with 13 home runs, five stolen bases and a 9.4 percent walk rate across 270 plate appearances at High-A.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Spotty production in High-A

    Mayo is hitting .230/.298/.466 with 10 home runs, five steals and a 16:48 BB:K through 45 games for High-A Aberdeen.

    His power production has kept his line from looking too ugly, but Mayo's been quite streaky. Though he's gone 2-for-5 with a double twice in the last three games, he's still batted just .200/.286/.360 since posting his second two-homer game of the year back on May 19. Though there's certainly reason to be concerned with Mayo's walk rate dropping and strikeout rate rising from last season, he's also sitting on just a .254 BABIP, so there's some bad luck in play here. At just 20 years old, Mayo has plenty of time to get back on track both this year and in the coming seasons as his development continues.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Two-homer day in High-A

    Mayo went 3-for-5 with a pair of homers, four RBI and three runs Tuesday for High-A Aberdeen.

    This just goes to show you how much small sample sizes can skew results early in the season, as Mayo came into Tuesday's game hitting .232/.313/.429 and exited it at .262/.333/.541. Mayo looked good while making his pro debut last year, and it seems like he's adjusting well to a higher level of play. There's no need for the Orioles to rush the 20-year-old third baseman through the organization, so it's likely that he'll spend much of the 2022 campaign at High-A.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Gets call to Low-A

    The Orioles promoted Mayo from the rookie-level Florida Complex League to Low-A Delmarva on Monday, Steve Melewski of reports.

    Mayo was one of several prospects at all levels of the Orioles' farm system that received a promotion Monday. The No. 103 overall pick in the 2020 first-year player draft compiled a 1.005 OPS across 25 FCL games.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Resumes play in FCL

    Mayo (knee) went 1-for-3 with a double Monday for the Orioles' Florida Complex League affiliate, Steve Melewski of reports.

    Mayo, a 2020 fourth-round pick, was cleared to make his professional debut in the FCL after being slowed by a knee injury during spring training. While coming out of high school last summer, the 19-year-old third baseman drew praise for his raw power and plus throwing arm.

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  • Orioles' Coby Mayo: Dealing with knee injury

    Mayo injured his knee back in April during an intrasquad game at minor-league spring training, Roch Kubatko of MASN reports.

    Mayo, a fourth-round pick from 2020, has yet to make his debut in professional baseball. He's expected to play rookie-league ball in Florida this summer. The knee injury isn't expected to keep him out for too much longer.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 215 lbs
Experience: R
Bats/Throws: R, R