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What should the Orioles' top offseason priority be right now?
What should the Orioles' top offseason priority be right now?

Christmas may be over, but the Orioles still have plenty of items left on their offseason shopping list. There are seven weeks until pitchers and catchers report to Sarasota for spring training, and the club has plenty of holes to fill. A lot has been written in this space recently about the Orioles' closer situation after they stepped away from a two-year, $15-million deal with free agent Grant Balfour over concerns with his physical. But given the team’s other needs – a starting pitcher and another bat – closer might not be the Orioles' biggest priority, even if it does seem to be its biggest hole. I’ve read a lot of comments on this blog from...

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