Not "good" in the sense of "containing good news," but insightful at least. It starts out about Trembley but develops into a better article about our (obvious) need for a long-term plan.
The most telling quote:
"The Orioles are overloaded with spare parts, guys who may have some value as part-time players on winning teams, but nothing close to building blocks for a team that has to be better than the Yankees and Red Sox to even think about the playoffs."
I know, duh. But maybe McPhail will be the guy in the Warehouse to finally realize it?