The guy enters the game with a 7-3 lead and exits with a 7-6 lead. This guy has gotta go and sooner rather than later because eventually other teams are going to catch on.
The numbers don't lie. The guy is on pace to set career-highs for hits, runs, home runs, and walks and he's 31 years old. It's not likely he's going to get any better. If there is a team willing to give actual baseball players for him, do it. The O's should be grateful they got a player in a trade that they could turn into more players. That's the kind of slick front office action I would love to see come out of Baltimore.