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Orioles fortunate they don't have to dive into weak free-agent class of starting pitchers

Orioles fortunate they don't have to dive into weak free-agent class of starting pitchers

Free agency continued to take shape around baseball Monday with qualifying offers being issued to 10 players, and one look at the market means the Orioles are fortunate their offseason priorities differ drastically from years past.

Over the past several winters, the Orioles have needed to secure a starting pitcher above all else. Though some of the returners at that position don’t inspire the most confidence, the Orioles have no such problem this offseason. Considering who’s available, that’s a good thing.

Come February, the Orioles will have Chris Tillman, Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy, Yovani Gallardo, Ubaldo Jimenez and Wade Miley in the fold and competing...

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