BALTIMORE, MD - MAY 26: Robert Andino #11 of the Baltimore Orioles jumps into the arms of teammate Adam Jones #10 (R) after Andino scored the game winning run to defeat the Kansas City Royals 6-5 in twelve innings at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on May 26, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
"At $3.3 million/win, the Orioles have done better than teams generally do on the open market (ignoring the value of the players traded away for Reynolds/Hardy). However, even though they have improved, their run differential suggests they're not going to be playing around .500 much longer and have little chance of contending in the AL East. Unless they start playing fundamentally better baseball pretty soon, we'll have to judge how well the $36 million was spent by what kind of prospects these players can bring back in deadline deals."
Enjoy, Remold fans.
"Think about this: The Orioles weren’t .500 all of last season. Not even after Game 1." I really try to forget that happened, actually.
Arrieta's run support explained. Perhaps it's time for a bromance stat.
Who misses Matusz and is up for a holiday weekend roadtrip? With traffic, it should only take about 2.5 days to get to Norfolk from Baltimore.
Who is irreplaceable for the O's?