.252/.294/.374, 4 doubles, 4 homeruns, 18 RBI, 4 stolen bases
2007 outlook: Newhan will either be on the bench, in the minors, or with another team in 2007. He would be decent as a bench player, but we need right handed hitting outfielders more than left handed options. He would be someone nice to have waiting in AAA in case of emergency. You know what you’re going to get from him.
.200/.238/.300, 1 double, 1 homerun, 6 RBI
2007 outlook: Terrero got a raw deal this year. He hit AAA pitching fairly hard all year and never really got a chance when we had a gaping hole in left field. We didn’t even call him up in September when we could have used a right handed hitting outfielder. Terrero filed for free agency after the season, so I doubt we’ll see him on the O’s next year.
.256/.375/.308, 2 doubles, 7 RBI, 1 stolen base
2007 outlook: Fiorentino is another player I feel should have been used more in September in left field. But instead of giving him a chance to get at bats in left, we kept throwing Brandon Fahey out there. Jeff is now playing in the Arizona Fall League and hitting very well out there. Could earn a spot on the bench as an extra outfielder if he keeps it up. If not, he starts in AAA Norfolk most likely.
2007 outlook: Clark only got 7 at bats and didn’t really play left field, but I didn’t know where else to put him. Not much to say except that he probably won’t be back in the system next year. If he is, it’ll be at AAA Norfolk most likely.