Sure its possible. But Akin is hopefuly a part of the future. So if he has a good start they probably do not send him back down. Wojo is probably not part of the future. He here at the present and he is out of options. And the O's are not going to waiver him now . So he could slide over to the pen. Eshelman has options, is a soft tosser and is not esblished in the majors. He is more likely to go back to Bowie if Akin has a good start.
Know that Milone and LeBlanc are fill-in starters with experience. They can be traded to make room if there are starters that are pushing up from Bowie. But someone has to want them. The O's are not going to reliease them in a pandemic and loss depth for nothing.
So yes I think their is an overall plan in the works here.
I'm sure they have a plan that isn't based on the outcome of one extremely small sample size game by Akin, or Wojo's next start, or Leblanc's. Not that it couldn't change if results are extreme.
But when you have 7 games in 6 days and one of your starters is on bereavement leave, you need a 6th starter, so bringing him up for a 1 and back, especially if it fits when his next "turn" would be in Bowie, is definitely a possibility.