Orioles General Manager of the Baltimore Orioles Dan Duquette joined the Hot Stove Show to discuss the off season, the pitching staff and more.

The Orioles had a record-breaking season, led the major league in home runs and more. Duquette believes next season will be just as exciting.

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“What I like about this season is we have a lot of our pitching staff coming back. We have a little bit more depth and a little bit more certainty and quality on our staff going into the season. That’s something that we haven’t had here and we’ve been trying to build it. We have Bundy and Kevin Gausman and some veterans like Miley…and Tillman’s been a real stable source for us, and it’s a good place to start,” said Duquette.

There are a number of teams also looking for catchers and free agency has just begun. Duquette chats about what the team plans to do with players like Matt Wieters, Caleb Joseph and Chance Sisco.

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Who are the Orioles looking at in free agency?

Listen to the full interview below to find out:

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