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Orioles haven't improved outfield defense with personnel, but perhaps through positioning

Orioles haven't improved outfield defense with personnel, but perhaps through positioning

Entering his sixth season as Orioles' executive vice president, Dan Duquette has built the team into an annual playoff contender by combining rare power with a pitching staff that allows its defense to make plays behind it. But building on the club's third trip to the postseason in his five years in Baltimore, Duquette makes no secrets that the Orioles must improve their outfield defense from last season if they are to shrink the gap from being a playoff team to becoming a World Series champion.

"Nobody is satisfied that that's enough," Duquette about the Orioles recent success as pitchers and catchers reported to the Ed Smith Stadium complex Monday for the beginning of...

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