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Early debuts gives Orioles head start on answering a key question: Who should be part of their future? | ANALYSIS

Barely a week into the season, the Orioles nearly have as many major league debuts in 2021 as they did in all of 2020, with outfielder Ryan McKenna and Rule 5 pitchers Tyler Wells and Mac Sceroler each taking his big league bow before the first homestand of the season even starts.

For the pitchers, it was inevitable once they made the roster this spring. For McKenna, and likely the many prospects the Orioles have developed who will follow him to the big leagues this year, it’s hard to tell if the debut is belated or right on schedule.