Connor Narron

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Connor Reese Narron

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Biographical Information[edit]

The son of Jerry Narron and nephew of John Narron, Connor Narron has played in the minors.

He was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth round of the 2010 amateur draft. The scout was Dominic Viola. He was the second high schooler Baltimore took that year, following Manny Machado. He made his pro debut that summer with the GCL Orioles, hitting .206/.282/.206 in 11 games before being promoted to the Aberdeen IronBirds. He was only 4 for 33 with a double, 3 walks and 13 whiffs for Aberdeen. For the year, he had 3 errors and one run. In 2011, he produced at a .211/.359/.254 clip for the IronBirds while fielding .890 at 3B. His 49 walks were second in the New York-Penn League, five behind Jake Lowery. He led the league's third basemen with 19 errors.

During 2012, Narron batted .232/.300/.353 for the Delmarva Shorebirds, drawing 10 fewer walks while striking out 54 more times in 48 more games. He did hit 10 home runs after not going deep in 2010-2011. He split his time between first base and left field that year.

Narron became a coach with the Danville Braves in 2019 and FCL Braves in 2021.


Source: 2013 Orioles Media Guide