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Orioles season preview podcast: Running through the season's key storylines

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Can the Orioles win the AL East in 2015? Well, maybe, if a lot of things go right. In the first Camdencast of 2015, we try to figure out what will go right and what will go wrong in the upcoming season.

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We have awakened from another offseason slumber. Hey, it's not like the Orioles did a whole heck of a lot from November up until now. Joining me for the first time is a relatively new Camden Chat writer, Alex Conway, and we are here to break down the upcoming 2015 O's season and hopefully entertain you in the process.

Along the way, we try to puzzle out the bullpen roster crunch that is to come. Will fans be frustrated by the treatment of Kevin Gausman again? Will Dan Duquette find a way to keep the remaining Rule 5 pick, Jason Garcia, on the roster? You know he'll try.

Reminiscing about Matt Wieters' debut, the chances of Nolan Reimold making the roster, Steve Pearce's chances of repeating something close to what he did last year, and whether the O's can keep Delmon Young off the outfield grass. Plus Alex and I both go on the record with our win total predictions for the season, and all throughout is the kind of sporadic silliness you can always come to expect in the latest Camdencast.

This episode has a run time of slightly over one hour.

(This podcast is not currently updated on iTunes, nor is the XML updated. Sorry! I am hopeful that the technical issues will be cleared up shortly.)

If you've ever got any feedback for the podcast, please feel free to let me know in the comments. There is always something I can do better. Take care until next time, and go Orioles!