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It was another quiet offseason for the Baltimore Orioles, only this time it's highly unlikely they added the eventual home run champ like last year in Nelson Cruz.
Cruz got a four-year contract from the Mariners, and the Orioles were only willing to go three at most. Andrew Miller also received a big payday from the Yankees. The big surprise was that the O's let Nick Markakis walk over concerns with a disc issue in his neck.
One would think that would cause panic in Birdland, and maybe it has amongst some fans, but certainly not the front office or the ballclub. Buck Showalter and Co. are confident despite many in the media picking them to finish last in the AL East.
The Orioles believe they can replace a lot of the lost production with the return of three stars who missed substantial time due to injury and suspension: Chris Davis, Manny Machado and Matt Wieters.
turn won't just help the Orioles score runs, but also keep them off the board. Machado is arguably the best defensive third baseman in the game, Wieters is one of the top catchers and Davis has been surprisingly adept at first base.
It seems like the Orioles are written off every year despite having the second-most wins in the league over the past three seasons. Maybe I'm a homer, but this looks like a team capable of winning 90 games.
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