Twenty-nine Orioles farmhands slated to attend minor league minicamp

A few days ago, I wrote about the goings-on in Sarasota and how some players are already working out with Double-A Bowie manager Gary Kendall. There will be more to come once minor league minicamp opens at the Twin Lakes Complex in less than two weeks.

Now we have a list of minor leaguers who will be attending the organization's minicamp, which is slated to begin Feb. 18. It will include some of team's top draft picks in last season's draft: Second-rounder Branden Kline, third-rounder Adrian Marin and fourth-rounder Christian Walker. Kendall will be the camp coordinator. He's the list of the 29 players slated to attend:

Age        Pitchers                (13)
21           Berry, Tim           LHP
26           Boleska, Tim       RHP
21           Bridwell, Parker   RHP
20           Davies, Zach       RHP
28           Delaney, Rob      RHP
25           Gurka, Jason      LHP
22           Jones, Devin      RHP
21           Kline, Branden  RHP
24           Petersime, Zach  RHP
25           Petrini, Chris      LHP
21           Taylor, Matt       LHP
23           Wilson, Tyler      RHP
27           Zinicola, Zech     RHP                               

                Catchers              (5)
26           Chavez, Zane*  CA
26           Joseph, Caleb    CA
22           Ohlman, Michael  CA
22           Russell, Steel*   CA
27           Ward, Brian        CA

                Infielders             (8)
22           Boss, Torsten*  2B
26           Britton, Buck*   UTL
20           Delmonico, Nick*  3B
24           Kelly, Tyler#       2B
18           Marin, Adrian    SS
21           Walker, Christian   1B
27           Waring, Branden    1B
26           Wheeler, Zelous     3B

                Outfielders         (3)
21           Davis, Glynn       OF
23           Ruettiger, Johnny*  OF
22           Webb, Brenden*     OF

Also of note are outfielder Branden Webb and catcher Michael Ohlman, who are playing for the Perth Heat of the Australian Baseball League, where they will be playing in the league's championship series this weekend. Ohlman is hitting .317/.372/.527 with six homers and 27 RBIs in 43 games. Webb is hitting .190/.365/.465 with five homers and 10 RBIs in 18 games with the Heat.