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3 minutes ago, Il BuonO said:

The Orioles are 7.5 back in the East and 2.5 back in the WC (mathematically tied w  LAA & SEA) behind four teams.

It's hard to see a path forward to compete this season.

That is because the only one that exists requires multiple meteor strikes.

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3 minutes ago, El Gordo said:

We're 2.5 G out of the wild card. Lets see where we are after the next 15 G. Right now nobody's ready to sell.

I hope we drop low enough that we don't end up trading legitimate prospects for an overpaid, over-the-hill starter for a "one more time" run. Jones, Hardy and O'Day are in decline. The window has closed. Time to start over.

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26 minutes ago, maybenxtyr said:

There isn't any one player that can make this team a playoff contender.

Agree. Too many issues, and none are easy fixes. I'd prefer we keep what value we have in the minors at this point. Sell to the teams that are close to the top, or in the same position as us (but have minor league players blocked by VERY good MLB players).

As for the playoffs: We wont win the division, and if any of the O's brass is shooting for the WC, get rid of them.

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