There's still a few weeks remaining in the Orioles' offseason, but even with the roster not necessarily finished, the re-signing of slugger Mark Trumbo to a three-year contract makes clear that their core beliefs haven't changed.
Above all else, at least offensively, the Orioles are a team that is built on the home run ball. And no amount of suggestions that the club should trade a star approaching free agency or shift toward a lineup with better on-base capability can change that.
The Orioles are going to be a team that's mostly the same when they take the field in 2017, and Trumbo's return solidifies that.
"Well, we've had the leading home run hitter in the...