Mr. Duquette has stated recently that the Orioles are in the market for a left handed bat, and I would prefer for the Orioles to stop playing Pearce/Chavez/Tolleson/etc. in Left Field on a daily basis. I believe that it is within the Orioles best judgment to be conservative buyer toward the deadline, satisfying a fan base with an appetite hungry for a winning season, while also staying the course and not trading the stars from the farm. I suggest that we package: Robert Andino to play utility infield who is still controllable for 2.5 years at a relatively cheap price, LJ Hoes, who I personally do not think of as much more than a 4th outfielder, and Nick Delmonico who was the O's 6th round pick and seems to be a low B-level prospect, playing for the Shorebirds, and was recently named the MVP of the South Atlantic League. I don't think any of these pieces are too much to give up for a cheap controllable above average outfielder. I think with this move we do not mortgage any valuable future assets (Schoop, bundy, Machado, even for example a Chris Tillman), and the Brewers reload with cheaper, controllable assets to rebuild the farm system that has been depleted through their deals in recent years for Sabathia, Marcum and Greinke. So what do you guys think? I think the O's offense needs improvement and Aoki could be a decent asset to the team. Andino would represent a gigantic upgrade from the legend himself, Cesar Izturis, at short for the Brewers. Carlos Gomez could adequately fill in for Aoki, while Hoes could be a potential September call up and future 4th-outfielder. I would love to hear your input, hopefully you guys are bigger fans of Aoki than Carlos Lee.