This depends on whom you ask. Several national media members have listed the Orioles as the favorites with Jim Bowden of MLB Network Radio going as far to say that Guerrero is "getting close to accepting humbling deal w O's." That report, however, was news to the Orioles, who haven't shown anything beyond tepid interest in the veteran slugger throughout the offseason, and who, as of Friday, weren't even negotiating with the player's agent. The Orioles are content with their current arrangement with Luke Scott serving as designated hitter and Felix Pie and Nolan Reimold platooning in left field. They also have pretty much exceeded their 2011 budget, according to team officials, and any money they have remaining will go toward a starting pitcher. However, it would be premature to rule the Orioles out. Guerrero does not appear to have many suitors, so his price could come down significantly enough to change the Orioles' minds. Also, if MacPhail and manager Buck Showalter really want Guerrero hitting in the middle of the Orioles' lineup, it likely wouldn't be too hard to sell Peter Angelos on the move as the owner has long admired Guerrero as a player.