I work for a fortune 100 company in Risk Management. We spend a lot of time assessing "repetitional risk" of doing or not doing certain activities and transactions. About time the O's started thinking about Repetitional Risk as they conduct their offseason activities. Getting crushed on social media and mainstream media is not a good look.
Funny how the Rays have managed to consistently be good in the AL East since 2008 without spending like the Yankees and Red Sox.
Yes the Orioles have it harder in the AL East, but it's not an impossible task to win if you are a well run organization and have a plan like the Rays.
A package from the Phils that starts with Stott and Painter/Crouse looks great to me. MLB has Stott near the bottom of the top 100. If you could get Jung and Winn from Texas as a starter that would be hard to beat.