If you line them up by position, there isn't a team in the American League that matches up better than the O's at first, short, third, catcher, and center field. They sent five players to the All-Star game last year and they're all coming back. The thing this club needs more than anything is a top-of-the-rotation starter. Towering 6'5" starter Chris Tillman, who was one of those All-Stars, served notice to his potential in 2012, going 9-3. Last season, he won 16 games with a 3.71 ERA, and struck out 179 batters with a fastball that sometimes sees the high 90s. I hate to say this, but those are top-of-the-rotation numbers. You can always get better, like you could clone Mike Mussina and give him some of Roger Clemens' horse steroids, but Tillman is good and going to get better. Look for him to win at least 18 this year and maybe end up the Orioles' first 20-game winner since Mike "I Played So Long Ago I Invented Cheese" Boddicker. Then there are the young arms. If we can't find horse steroids for our Mussina clone, I'm thinking some of Kevin Gausman's blood would do the trick. This kid is unreal. Watching him pitch in Single A was like watching Bruce Lee at the Tri-County Karate Contest (and I'm talking about a LIVING Bruce Lee). A man among boys. He should be ready to contribute this year. Then there's Dylan Bundy. Before he hurt his arm, he was considered one of the top five prospects in baseball. Well he's coming back from Tommy John surgery and it used to be if a guy could lift his arm after that surgery you considered it a success. Now guys come back with 5 more mph on their fastball and the ability to punch down walls. He could be better post-surgery.