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  1. The Orioles are in a tough spot with their starting rotation, and there aren't many immediate options waiting in the wings. https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/06/14/few-solutions-in-sight-for-flatlining-orioles-rotation
  2. Tom Verducci says he doesn't see things getting better with Ubaldo Jimenez, and at some point, the Orioles may need to just move on. https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/06/06/tom-verducci-on-orioles-and-ubaldo-jimenez-its-a-sunk-cost
  3. After a 3-3 week, the Baltimore Orioles drop to No. 6 in Stan "The Fan" Charles' latest MLB power rankings. https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/05/23/stan-the-fan-charles-mlb-power-rankings-may-23-2016
  4. Overall, the Orioles' pitching staff has been among the American League's best so far this season, but righty starter Ubaldo Jimenez and lefty reliever Brian Matusz continue to struggle. https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/05/18/struggling-pitchers-ubaldo-jimenez-brian-matusz-raise-concerns-for-orioles
  5. Jim Henneman says the key to the Orioles' success is not necessarily the strength, or lack thereof, of the starting pitching, it's "how good they can pitch bad." https://www.pressboxonline.com/2016/04/22/for-orioles-the-key-is-learning-how-to-play-bad-good
  6. Paul Folkemer issues his midseason grades for the Orioles, and he says Manny Machado's play has made him a first-half standout. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/07/14/orioles-2015-midseason-report-card
  7. Not sure at this point the Phillies would, but would you? I'd say yes, knowing it would solve one of the big holes this team has. Makes getting an impact bat that much harder though. Still think even with Reimold they need to find an upgrade for RF. Someone with power and at least a decent average. One of those pitchers would have to be part of a deal to get an impact bat. Ship them both to Philly and it becomes that much harder. But Hamels is everything you HOPE the other two can be, though there isn't anything certain about that happening.
  8. With help from the Orioles' pitching staff, Ubaldo Jimenez has adjusted his mechanics and is in the midst of a bounce-back season for Baltimore. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/06/11/mechanical-tweaks-helping-ubaldo-jimenez-bounce-back-from-rough-2014
  9. As of April 22, Orioles starters ranked last in the American League with 68 innings pitched, averaging fewer innings per start than any team in the majors. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/04/23/starting-pitchers-short-outings-putting-orioles-in-a-hole
  10. A season after posting a 6-9 mark with a 4.81 ERA during 25 games (22 starts), Ubaldo Jimenez is eager to build on his strong first outing of 2015. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/04/15/ubaldo-jimenez-looking-to-rebound-in-second-season-with-orioles
  11. Former Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey thinks the Baltimore Orioles' 2015 starting rotation could be the deepest he can remember in some time. http://www.pressboxonline.com/2015/04/01/former-orioles-catcher-rick-dempsey-discusses-teams-2015-starting-rotation
  12. The article requires an insider subscription but here's a link to it He highlighted 9 players in the article and said at the beginning, "Every March, I post a list of players who I think are primed for significant upticks in their performances in the coming season. These are players who've already lost their rookie status but either haven't performed at all in the majors or perhaps just haven't lived up to expectations." In summary, he said he has gotten positive reports on Gausman's slider this Spring and thinks if it can become even a consistently average pitch (or better), he could be a threat for 200 K's in 2015. With that kind of upside, I'd have to think if anyone gets pushed from the rotation to make room for our favorite $12 million albatross, it's Gonzalez. Then again, I don't think Ubaldo should be bumping anyone to begin with. How do you see the rotation playing out? Are you on the Gausman breakout bandwagon?
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