Don wrote:I want to have optimism, but there are so many 'ifs" that the fanbase needs to see play out. If the team can stay out of the whirlpool tub and on the field, they have the chance to turn around the ball club.
Health and the starting pitching growth are the two biggest keys for the Orioles success this season.
Don wrote:You have to agree Jordan that the success of this team is largely built on health and maturation. These are two of the toughest things to gauge because players make take a step back instead of a step forward. The projected 25 man roster includes alot of guys that have injury concerns, but history dictates the lineup is vastly improved.
Overall, this is still the best 25 man roster the Orioles have collected since winter of 2003, on paper.
Does the WAR translate? It is the reason they play the game on the field and not on paper. I feel the team can break the hump, if all of the right pieces fall on the board. It is still a big "IF" though.
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