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  1. Sure things 1. Jimenez 2. Tillman 3. Guasman 4. Miguel Gonzalez I don't think there is much argument about the top 3. Ubaldo is under contract, Tillman is cheap for his talent, Guasman is also cheap and ready to be great (or fail trying). Miguel Gonzalez. Plenty of debate on this but I don't see why. Posted this in another thread which got me thinking about the rotation in general. Linky The long list of in house candidates for the 5th spot and the requisite depth needed: Tyler Wilson Tim Berry Dylan Bundy Steve Johnson TJ McFarland And hopefully some signings because this isn
  2. I'm going on record -- Ubaldo is going to have a pretty good season for us. Maybe not as good as his 2013 season, but a big improvement over last year. I say he'll post an ERA under 4.00. Posting a poll so others can weigh in. I'm sure there will be many skeptics.
  3. Young is expected to pass his physical and be added the O's 40 man roster soon. My guess on who is DFA'd to make room of the roster is Lavarnway or Paredes. Both are out for options. I believe either would be outrighted to Norfolk but they have to pass through waivers before that assignment can take effect. Neither Larvarnway or Paredes has been outrighted before so they would have to accept the assignment to Norfolk.
  4. WARNING: Major tl;dr potential here. If that's okay with you, please keep reading. About two weeks ago, I made the following post here: While I'm proud of that post, and a few people evidently liked it enough to rep me for it, I think most people on this board are beyond the point where they consider batting average to be a worthwhile stat for player evaluation. That's a good thing, because as I tried to demonstrate above, batting average is next to worthless, especially for predictive purposes. However, I regularly see people on OH (for example, this Frobby thread) using OPS as essenti
  5. With the Orioles playing a night game tonight, we were able to take a quick drive over to the Twin Lakes Park/Buck O'Neill Sports Complex just down the street -- what a treat not to have to drive 3 hours! Matt Hobgood pitched his first live BP of the season (or of his career? not sure), and I was able to capture a bit of it. <object width="580" height="360"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/_4nM_oFUwgs&hl=en_US&fs=1&color1=0xe1600f&color2=0xfebd01&border=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param>
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