osforlife wrote:Dylan Bundy, Kevin Gausman- AA Rotation
BaltimoreSportsNut wrote:shouldn't be our number #5 starter by mid-june that distinction should hopefully go to Dylan Bundy
LA Detective wrote:IF and I mean IF Bundy takes a big leap this year and is fully ready, then I dont think it means alot has gone bad.
OriolesRedskins28 wrote:According to Rock Kubatko Saunders is seeking a 4 year deal and will probably hold firm and refuse to go lower than 3 years. If that's the case then I would move on if I were the Orioles. He's a back of the rotation starter at best and while SP depth is always nice, the Orioles have plenty of options for the back of the rotation.
I've said it before, I want the Orioles to take a similar approach to Bundy (and Gausman) this year as they did last year with him. Start him off slow so he will still be pitching late in the year. Maybe not quite as slow as they did last year when he was limited to 3 innings for almost half of his season, but still keep it slow enough that he'll be able to pitch into September.
Jordan Tuwiner wrote:I agree, but also think a three year deal could work depending on the $ thrown his way. If Saunders is willing to pitch as a reliever in the last two years of the deal I think the O's would be much more willing to work something out. Then again, the O's already have a bunch of relievers.
osforlife wrote:If Saunders is looking for three years, go after Marcum.
I would agree that Marcum for ONE year is a better choice than Saunders for three, but I still wouldn't want to sign a #4 or #5 SP for more than one year.
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