Well first of all, the AL EAST is very weak this year. Every team has major flaws. Nothing has gone right for the Redsox. The Yankees might finally be figuring out that buying and buying and buying new older players will not produce a very good team. The Bluejays have a few stars, but otherwise are pretty mediocre. The Rays are the team I am most scared about in the division. They might start creeping up the standings soon.
The team clicked in June, producing a 3.43 ERA and a .784 OPS. That's carried over into July. In order to maintain this production, Baltimore needs Chris Davis to produce like he's capable of, which will counteract the inevitable declines for Pearce and Young, and to an extent, Nelson Cruz. They also need a starting pitcher, whether that's Ubaldo Jimenez, Miguel Gonzalez, or Kevin Gausman, to counteract the inevitable decline of Bud Norris. I wouldn't waste any resources on the pitching staff. Baltimore is nine deep in the bullpen and seven deep in the rotation. What they need is a second baseman.