No big-ticket players are coming to Baltimore. But the roster needs upgraded, and players signed to short-term deals can be traded for prospects over the summer.
The Orioles left the GM meetings the same way they arrived: without a general manager.
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The Orioles have a slew of prospects playing for the Desert Dogs in Arizona under a manager of their own.
The Orioles are still keeping people guessing about whom they’re hiring for their front office and when. Anytime now, guys.
The young switch-hitter is likely to get a one-year trial period in the Orioles outfield, but he has internal competition coming for his job.
In O’s news: checking in with prospects in off-season leagues, who the team could target in free agency and the unsung heros of the bullpen.
While Adam Jones may have played his last game in Baltimore, the outfielder proved in 2018 that he’s still got some baseball left in the tank.
With a dropoff from his stellar rookie campaign, Trey Mancini was yet another Oriole who underperformed, both offensively and defensively.
The O’s aren’t doing anything in free agency, but neither is anyone else so far. In ex-Oriole news, Nick Markakis won a Gold Glove while Manny Machado could land a huge payday.
Still no GM and not much else to talk about either.
In O’s news: McKenna is crushing it, Gilmartin re-signs and the 40-man is full once again.
Bundy was on track for a very nice season before rolling his ankle in late June. It was downhill from there. He will be a trade chip if he shows any signs of improvement in 2019.
While the Orioles wait to fill out the front office and coaching staff, they outrighted four players off the 40-man roster yesterday.