The O’s played .500 ball during that span, going 10-10, and actually picked up 1½ games on the
But as shown throughout this stretch, the Orioles still have plenty of holes to fill. Their offense has been erratic and at times anemic. And the starting rotation – while promising at times – often leaves fans scratching their heads.
Case in point yesterday, when left-hander
Also, the emergence of infielder Omar Quintanilla has made the roster interesting.
The club also faces a tough choice Friday because minor league outfielder
McLouth, signed in early June, is hitting .244/.325/,461 with 10 homers and 33 RBIs in 47 games at Triple-A Norfolk and since June 30 is hitting .292 (31-for-106) with eight home runs, 23 runs and 24 RBIs.
Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette has stockpiled several veteran players, giving them the opportunity to make the major league club through Triple-A.
But several of those players –