With the MLB trade deadline just two weeks away, it’s time to see who could potentially be on the move in late July.
Staying within the AL East, Neyer pointed out the glaring gap in the Orioles’ roster—one that many speculate they might trade for to find a solution.
“The Orioles are like every other team in the division–they’re flawed. Not fatally, because of the division they’re in, but they need an ace [pitcher] badly.”
Mel Antonen joined Vinny and Rob to look ahead at the rest of the season for the orioles
Would David Price fit well with the Orioles? Looks like the Orioles are kind of interested in him but still are not sure. “Price should be going somewhere,” says Todd. Price is definitely an impact player that a lot of teams could use.
With the Orioles, Zach Britton was struggling for a while but seems to find his nitch. Although Kapler was pushing for O’Day, he says that “Britton has stepped up beautifully.” The issue with Baltimore right now is that they do not have anyone to really depend on for the top of the rotation. They need some guys to depend on especially in the post season.
“They’ve got some guys that I think are just great players.” Marc said about the Orioles this year. “I mean I’ll tell everybody that I think Adam Jones is one of the most fascinating and interesting players, both to watch and talk to, I really enjoy watching him play.
Wei-Yin Chen hasn’t lost in over six weeks, and his latest performance was his best of the season.
Jeremy commented on the Oakland A’s being the best team in baseball with a quality and timely pitcher, Scott Kazmir.
CBS Local Sports breaks down the top starting pitchers for your fantasy baseball draft.
The Baltimore Orioles banged out 15 hits, including 10 against David Price, and had at least one runner in every inning. In most cases, that kind of performance would produce a victory. Unfortunately for the Orioles, they didn’t take advantage of that offensive outburst and lost to the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 Monday night.
Yes, there are 161 games remaining in the 2013 season but game number one reminded O’s fans of the excitement of the 2012 “Buckle Up” campaign.
David Price breezed through four scoreless innings, allowing just a hit and a walk in preparation for his opening day start as the Tampa Bay Rays and Baltimore Orioles tied 4-4 on Thursday night in a spring training game that was called after 10 innings.