I think Bailey may nail down a rotation spot in ST. He apparently has the pitches but may not have the endurance. I look at him as an opener. He would win the spot in the rotation because the competition from Milone and LeBlanc is weak. Also he is young enough to be part of the O's rebuild while Milone and LeBlanc are just place holders.
From Elias' talk yesterday it sounds like the likelihood of Cashner joining the O's is less each day. He appears just too expensive for where the O's are in the rebuild.
I can hear the fraudulence coming from his voice through the link sent. Like one of the above posters stated, I too don't care what comes out of Manfraud's mouth. And to @atomic he'll at least survive the season.
In his final 2019 game, Davis went 1 for 3 with two walks, grounding out and K-looking in the last two at-bats. So breaking his own major-league record for consecutive hitless at-bats (54) will be a much bigger challenge this year. Adding to the difficulty is the likelihood that his starts will be further apart this year. Maybe he can adjust by setting himself more attainable goals, such as number of consecutive K's-looking