Kyle Stowers Tells Orioles Fans He’s Clutch

Kyle Stowers of the Baltimore Orioles celebrate #83 after hitting a single home run against the Chicago White Sox in the ninth inning at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on August 25, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland.
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The youth movement continues in Baltimore.

Other than this Baltimore Orioles Being an astonishing post-season contender this year, they’ve got some contributions from a ton of exciting young players who are ready to take the league by storm.

Latest It’s Orioles Number 9 Chance Kyle Stowerswho hit his first Major League home run last night against the Chicago White Sox.

And he did it in a dramatic fashion too.

The White Sox were one strike away from winning the game with the star Liam Hendriks on the mound.

Stowe sent a 0–2 pitch to the wall of center field to tie the game for O, who eventually won the game. Anthony SantanderRBI is single in 11th place.

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Here in Baltimore there’s another young prospect ready to make an appearance.

Stowers was eventually given a second chance.

He had put a ball in the wrong area, which seemed an easy game man barrier,

But Engel dropped the ball instead of catching it and securing the White Sox victory.

Stowers took advantage of his second chance and tied the game on his home run in one of the biggest hits of the night.

But with the game on the line, he was not deterred in the slightest as he went down 0-2.

Now, Orioles fans have another youngster who is excited about who could be big in the clutch and that things can happen when the game is on the line.

Stowers made a good first impression last night.

If he can continue to do so, the Orioles have a special player on their team and a man who can help usher in a new era in Baltimore.

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