Orosco did indeed go 9 straight games in August of 1997 without allowing a hit including 6 appearances of 0.1 innings. He also had a 7-game hitless streak earlier in the season that contained 3 X 0.1 and 1 of 0.0.
I only checked his best H/IP year with the Orioles.
I think of Gregg Olson as being basically unhitable for the 1989 Orioles, but his longest such streak was 5 games.
I now see Zach Britton had a 10-game streak last season 7/16 to 8/10 covering 8.1 IP
A. One outfielder gets hurt and we go with an 11 man pitching staff.
B. Two outfielders get hurt.
C. One outfielder gets hurt and Gendry gets DFA'd.
It's going to be a challenge. We may have to give him back.
I agree about WR. The problem w/ TE is that we already have 6 on the roster: 3 were drafted fairly recently (2nd, 3rd and 5th rd. picks), 4 if you count Waller, Ben Watson is still on the roster and Pitta just restructured his deal. You could cut half of these guys and I think there are still too any TE's on the roster to be spending a high round pick on one. Even worse, with Pitta's restructured deal and the fact that we're running w/ the same coaches/offense as last season, you know that Pitta is getting 90% of the throws at TE. Any pick spent on TE at this point is just another wasted pick filled by a guy warming the bench and who isn't useful on special teams.