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Questions answered in Opening Day win

The Orioles proved they can still hit the ball without the guys they let got in the offseason, which is a very good sign.

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Orioles Roster Overview

Spring training is underway and this is the roster they’re going with. So let’s take a deep look at the whole thing and each player individually.

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Five options to add to bullpen

Dan Duquette said he was interested in possibly adding another relief pitcher and even in this bare free agent market there are some nice options out there.

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Orioles near deal with Everth Cabrera, sign Nix

Everth Cabrera is the most notable Orioles free agent signing this year, but he’s nothing more than infield depth.

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Orioles sign Reimold to minor league deal

Nolan Reimold is like that terrible boyfriend the Orioles refuse to break up with for hope it will be better next time.

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O’s and outfield depth in Travis Snider

The Orioles haven’t made many moves but Travis Snider will provide quality outfield depth and decent enough power.

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Orioles should just get rid of Duquette

Dan Duquette’s hasn’t seemed willing to say he is committed to the Orioles during the whole ordeal with Toronto. That’s rubbed people the wrong way.

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Orioles avoid arbitration with top players

Chris Davis, Matt Wieters and Chris Tillman headline the list of free agents the Orioles reached a deal with to avoid the coin-flip of arbitration.

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Duquette to Toronto talks heating up again

Obviously it would be ideal to keep Dan Duquette but at this point, a move one way or the other would be best so the Orioles can just go about their business.

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Mussina’s HOF push coming next year

With five first-ballot pitchers on getting inducted the last two years, Mike Mussina was overshadowed. But he’ll get the spotlight in discussions the next few years.

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