There’s plenty to sort out after a wild Saturday night around baseball, and some of the activity will affect the Orioles’ pursuit for upgrades.
The most head-scratching move of the offseason set off a flurry of moves Saturday, when the Tampa Bay Rays designated power-hitting outfielder/designated hitter Corey Dickerson for assignment to make space to acquire first baseman C.J. Cron from the Los Angeles Angels.
Dickerson, 28, posted a .282 average, hit 27 homers and had an .815 OPS with the Rays last season, and as an arbitration-eligible player with still two years under team control, he was going to make less than $5.95 million this season.
The Orioles will...