Here's an intriguing name. Hunter is 37 and will not command the kind of deal he received before the 2008 season (five years, $90 million). But the outfielder had a strong year, basically carrying the Angels down the stretch. His presence in left -- though he's natural in center and has recently played primarily right -- would give the Orioles a tremendous defensive outfield. He has plenty of playoff experience and an excellent relationship with Adam Jones. Orioles' bottom line: It likely would depend on his price. And the Angels have expressed an interest in re-signing him. But he'd be the perfect veteran leader who can still contribute.
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