The Baltimore Orioles need a starting pitcher in the worst way and are rumored to be willing to take a flyer on Tim Lincecum.
Here are five Baltimore Orioles who must stay healthy during the 2016 MLB season.
The Orioles going after Yoenis Cespedes isn't necessarily a bad idea, but it doesn't help them get over the hump unless they're prepared to sign Chris Davis too.
The Baltimore Orioles have made an offer to Chris Davis. If reports he wants significantly more are true, they are right to take that offer off the table and move on.
If the Baltimore Orioles can't compete to sign Chris Davis, Pedro Alvarez would be a great alternative on the free agent market.
Jay Bruce looks like a great fit, so the Baltimore Orioles need to ramp up their reported interest in the Cincinnati Reds outfielder.
Although some thought that his free agent value may have taken a hit after his rough 2014 campaign, Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis has now all but assured a big payday this offseason.
With how tough the MLB is and how little room for error there is, these five MLB teams will likely be on the outside looking in during October.
The Baltimore Orioles must re-sign Chris Davis at the end of the season in order to remain competitive in the AL East.
Manny Machado's remarkable return from knee surgery and outstanding performance in 2015 makes him the MVP for the Baltimore Orioles this season.