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The Baltimore Orioles angered their fanbase for much of the offseason, only to finally make some significant moves as spring training got underway.
The Orioles still don't have an ace, which is the biggest hole on their team, but they did add Ubaldo Jimenez, a guy they hope figured it out in the second half of 2013. The club remains hopeful that Chris Tillman takes another step forward after breaking out last year and that Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy reach their full potential sooner rather than later.
The O's also didn't improve its on-base percentage in the offseason, which is really important for a team that hits so many home runs. Some regression has to be expected because there's no way Chris Davis is repeating his 2013 campaign, but it's possible the club plays better in close games.
Dan Duquette is steadfast on the fact that David Lough, who was acquired in a trade with the Kansas City Royals, will be an upgrade over departed left fielder Nate McLouth. Lough is younger, cheaper, and better defensively, but his free-swinging ways certainly don't help the club's OBP problem.
The Orioles look like a team that could really go either way. In such a tough division, they could fight to the .500 mark. On the other hand, there is some upside potential if some of the staff's younger starting pitchers show improvement and the bullpen performs closer to 2012 levels rather than 2013.
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