With Peter Angelos, you have an owner who seems to want to win, but doesn't really know how to go about it. He vetoes trades from behind the scenes for PR reasons, seemed to spend more time trying to block the Nationals move to D.C. than he did improving his own ballclub, and thus far, has refused to extend an olive branch to the fans by keeping the word "Baltimore" off the road jerseys, a policy that didn't begin with him, but one that he has declined to reverse. In his favor, he seems to finally be letting his baseball people, like Andy MacPhail, make the baseball decisions. It's unclear what the succession plan will be after he's gone, whether his sons will run the team or not. Mr. Angelos may, in fact, plan to live forever.