Today is the start of the winter meetings in Nashville and you know what that means O’s fans?
About 96 hours of speculation.
Well, here's a little hot stove conjecture to warm your coffee. Take it for what it is worth (and, yes, I know what it is worth).
I believe the Orioles will make a trade – either here or within a few days of the meetings. And my sense is that trade will have a little more juice than last year’s winter-meetings blockbuster that brought lefty
I had one club source tell me that the team has the pieces to pull off a pretty significant deal for a power hitter right now – but they have to decide whether to pull the trigger.
Executive VP Dan Duquette told all of the Baltimore reporters last night that the power bat was his biggest priority, and that an addition is more likely to come in the form of a trade. Any free agent signings are likely to be "complements" to the current roster.
So forget about
But I think landing a first baseman or designated hitter with pop is a real possibility. (Before you all have
The challenge for us in the next four days is to find out whom the Orioles have targeted and what they will give up.
The Orioles seem willing to deal from their starting pitching surplus. Now they have to agree on a match.