An Orioles fan left a hilarious message for the team

Adley Ratshman #35 of the Baltimore Orioles reaches second base with a sixth inning double against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Field on August 01, 2022 in Arlington, Texas.
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Adley Ratshman Of Baltimore Orioles The American League doesn’t only have one firm Rookie of the Year nominee: he’s been one of the most influential first-year players in recent history.

If you don’t believe us, consider that before his call-up, O’s were 16-24.


They are 65–59, which means they are 49–35 in the Rutsmann era.

Talk about replacing the entire franchise!

The first pick of the 2019 MLB Draft, Rutsman has been a master of his craft behind the plate: He’s an elite framer, he can say a game, pitchers love him, and he’s an inspiring leader at age 24.

But not only that: he’s also a dangerous hitter, something that doesn’t often happen to players of his position.

Catchers are rarely asked to do anything other than call a good game behind the plate, but Reutsman is a legitimate hitting star.

Ahead of Friday’s game, he is short of .256/.364/.447 with eight homers, 25 doubles and 51 runs.

Looking at his 136 wRC+, he has been 36 percent better than the league average.

Fans Totally Love Rutschman, Because He’s Transformed A Dormant Franchise

His contribution has been so valuable that fans are already demanding a memorial to Rutschmann.

“Orioles fans are already making suggestions for a memorial to Adley,” Tokin Baseball tweeted.

It sounds hilarious, and it’s probably a joke… it’s a joke, isn’t it?

All kidding, Rutschman is on his way to challenge the Seattle Mariners star Julio Rodriguez For the AL Roy Award.

If he keeps playing like this, there’s a good chance he finally has a memorial, maybe 15 or 20 years later.

Let’s go step by step, though.

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