Team Strengths: The O’s bullpen has respectable arms in Mychal Givens, Miguel Castro, Richard Bleier and Paul Fry.
Prospects Zach Pop and Cody Carroll, obtained from the Manny Machado and Zack Britton transactions, respectively, have demonstrated promise in relief Too.
Team Weaknesses: Orioles’ starters had the worst ERA in the majors last year (5.48), and their offense wasn’t much better, finishing 27th in runs scored. There are a few position players at the top minors who can help, with high prospects Yusniel Diaz, Ryan Mountcastle and Austin Hays all having defeated Double-A, but the starting rotation will get little from the farm.
What They Were About It: The Orioles didn’t signal a single free agent to a significant league deal this offseason, instead opting to allow their young players view more time. Chance Sisco, Trey Mancini and Cedric Mullins will have the opportunity to demonstrate they should be part of the Orioles’ future, whereas Diaz, Hays and Mountcastle must obtain their shots sooner or later.
Final Outlook: The Orioles are one of a lengthy reconstruct. Preventing 100 losses and seeing their young players take actions ahead would represent a prosperous year.
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