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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/enosarris">@enosarris</a> You've seen this right? Orioles reliever Chaz Roe and his ridiculous Slider. <a href="http://t.co/yzj4LbsJ5X">pic.twitter.com/yzj4LbsJ5X</a></p>— Pitcher List (@ThePitcherList) <a href="

">June 22, 2015</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/enosarris">@enosarris</a> Whoa. That's Kluber-esque.</p>— August ***erstrom (@AugustF_MLB) <a href="

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And he is the perfect example of why I don't want to pay for relief pitching.

I just hope he can keep this run going for the whole season.

For every success story like Roe, you usually end up signing ten more guys like K-Rod, Gregg, Leslie Brea, Radhames Liz.

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That's why you sign ten of them. For Minor league deals. Not a million.

But with O'Day, you have a solid reliever, with 4+ years with the team. You try and work with him and see if you can keep him.

Again, just IMO

Not many 2.5 WAR relievers floating around.

You use the other arms you find to fill in around O'Day and Britton.

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But with O'Day, you have a solid reliever, with 4+ years with the team. You try and work with him and see if you can keep him.

Again, just IMO

Not many 2.5 WAR relievers floating around.

You use the other arms you find to fill in around O'Day and Britton.

As much as I love O'Day on this team, I just can't see us keeping him after this season. He's definitely one of the top setup guys in the game and will likely get a 3/30 type of deal from someone.

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