1 - Pat Austin, Learned Much
Pat Austin was quick coming out of college. As a pro, he learned stealing bases wasn't just speed.
2 - Steve Culkar, Focused On
Steve Culkar didn't watch the scouts, but a college scout was watching him.
The 1990 Hagerstown Suns (34)
Pat Austin made up for his arm strength with his quickness. But it wasn't enough to make the bigs.
2 - Dave Bettendorf, Award Winner
Dave Bettendorf had a good year at Kent State. He then took that to the pros, but he never could take that to the majors.
3 - Mike Borgatti, One Pitch
Mike Borgatti took it one pitch at a time to a good 1989. Played in five pro seasons, never making the bigs.
4 - Tom Brown, Right Approach
Tom Brown played big roles as a coach for Ben McDonald, Johnny Cueto and others. He is a AA coach for 2013.
5 - Don Buford, Off Running
Don Buford's career ended after four seasons, he then took off running in a different direction - to med school.
6 - Stacey Burdick, Got Outs
Stacey Burdick got his team to the National Baseball Congress and he got himself to pros. He couldn't get himself to the bigs.
7 - Mike Cavers, Pitched Great
Mike Cavers pitched well enough in college to earn a pro career. It lasted four seasons. He never made the bigs.
8 - Steve Culkar, Back Pocket
Steve Culkar turned pro, but he made sure he had his degree in his back pocket. He made AAA, but he never made the majors.
9 - Francisco de la Rosa, Not As Intended
Francisco de la Rosa got just two major league outings, giving up two earned in four innings. He passed away in 2011.
10 - Joe Durham, Does Good
Joe Durham played in Negro Leagues, and later in the majors. He also became a coach in the minors.
11 - Mike Eberle, That Stroke
Mike Eberle hit well in summer collegiate ball. He played five seasons as a pro, never made the majors.
12 - Craig Faulkner, Ran Out
Craig Faulkner never made the bigs, but he later returned home to coach Venice High School in Florida. He won second-straight title in 2013.
13 - Paris Hayden, Baseball Gods
Baseball gods smiled on Paris Haden enough for five-season pro career. He never made the bigs. He later coached in American Legion ball.
14 - Victor Hithe, High Hopes
Vic Hithe believed in high school he'd be playing at Dodger Stadium. He played as pro for seven years, never making the majors.
15 - Bobby Latmore, Sports Career
Bobby Latmore continues long career in sports in 2013 with a sports promotion company. He played six seasons as pro, never making the bigs.
16 - Mike Linskey, Really Exciting
Mike Linskey was excited about being added to the Orioles 40-man roster. He never made an active major league roster.
17 - Rodney Lofton, Bunt the Ball
Rodney Lofton had the ability to run the bases and play defense. He never got to use either ability in the majors.
18 - Rick Lundblade, Rare Opportunity
Rick Lundblade quit baseball after first season. He then returned to the game, making AAA, but not the majors.
19 - Ben McDonald, High Expectations
Ben McDonald had high expectations put on him that he could never fulfill. He still played in nine major league seasons.
20 - Joel McKeon, Working Forkball
When Joel McKeon's forkball worked, he showed exactly what he could do. He played in two major league seasons with the White Sox.
21 - Scott Meadows, Got Comfortable: Scott Meadows proved he could play at AAA, but he never got the chance to prove he could play in the majors.
22 - Luis Mercedes Tough Situation
Luis Mercedes came back from spring cut to make the bigs in two more seasons. He made the Orioles over 3 years in all.
23 - Jose Mesa, His Job
Jose Mesa knew as a closer he had to give it everything he had. In the 1997 World Series, he couldn't get it done.
24 - Dave Miller, Sinker Guy
Dave Miller was a sinker/slider guy. He played seven seasons, never made bigs. He later became bullpen coach for the Indians.
25 - Chris Myers, Same Thing
Chris Myers didn't want his age to hold him back. He played seven seasons, never made bigs.
26 - Jerry Narron, Stayed Connected
Jerry Narron loved baseball and has been a part of it in the majors as both player and manager.
27 - Ty Nichols, Added Up
As a scout, Ty Nichols tried to give all kids a chance. He played six seasons as pro, never making the bigs.
28 - Oswaldo Peraza, First Win
Oswaldo Peraza got his first major league win in an Orioles season full of losses.
29 - Doug Robbins, Great Thrill
Doug Robbins thought trying out for the Olympics was a thrill. He then made team and won gold. He never made the bigs.
30 - Mike Sander, Toughest Part
Mike Sander won wherever he went. It was enough to turn pro. But he had troubles continuing that, never making the bigs.
31 - Dan Simonds, Right Place
Dan Simonds played five seasons as a pro, then went on to coach in college. He is head coach for 2013 with Miami of Ohio.
32 - Sunny, Bedecked In
Sunny, the Hagerstown Suns' mascot, made the switch to Blue Jays blue, after Orioles orange.
33 - Paul Thorpe, High Pressure
Paul Thorpe was the go-to guy at single-A Daytona in 1985. He played seven seasons as pro, never made the majors.
34 - Jack Voigt, Every Opportunity
Jack Voigt showed he could play at the major league level. He played at that level in seven seasons.