Dunno, I've conditioned myself to be ready for boring offseasons for the Orioles for quite some time now.
Adding in the Covid mess and what it did to the season last year and how there's an uncertainty hangover for 2021, it's no wonder the offseason has been pretty lackluster so far. That, and it seems like the past few offseasons have been trending to a point where FAs don't sign until January. The action seemingly starts later and later each year.
Real feel 25 degrees, 13-15 mph winds, and Few snow showers probably later in the game.
I don't think it will play a factor in the passing game.
This is an interesting perspective as well, and one I was thinking about the other day when thinking about the NFL playoff. Are the Ravens the best team in the NFL this year? Heck no. But can they get hot and win the whole thing. Yes sir. Like we did with Joe's 11-0 td to interception postseason championship run, or like when our defense led us to our first championship.
Baseball can be the same way. The best team doesn't always win. We probably were the favorites in 2014 but injuries and a hot KC team knocked us out. But yeah, 2014 was a hell of a fun year, and I'd like to have competitive, contending teams every year.
For a long time they were are only real option, and I was pretty happy with them. But their standard HD DVR/receiver is crap, it hasn't really be updated for a decade presumably to push you into the more expensive Genie system. And my bill was recently almost $150 a month, with no movie channels. So a few years ago when the cable company finally ran lines close enough so that I could get them to come to my house at only moderately extortionist rates I caved. And a few weeks ago I dropped Directv in favor of streaming services and cut my bill more-or-less in half.
Don't know what I'm going to do for the O's. Probably just listen on the radio, because I'm not paying $90 a month for the ATT service that's the only way to stream MASN.