Rich Amaral: Showed he still has legs at 38.
Brady Anderson: Swing hasn't suffered from damaged leg nerve, but has his range?
Harold Baines: He may be 41, but he's never cause for concern. Can he beat Albert Belle to 400 home runs?
Albert Belle: This offense can't function without him.
Mike Bordick: Spring was a success: He escaped the Fort Lauderdale Stadium infield alive.
Will Clark: The Sheriff found his rhythm the last week of camp. He was in voice the first day.
Jeff Conine: Third base experiment never got off the ground. Given chance, will hit.
Delino DeShields: Showed a powerful bat and fresher legs. OK, Syd, your move.
Scott Erickson: Disabled innings monster on pace for late-April return.
Jesus Garcia: Last week's acquisition of David Howard suggests lingering organizational doubt.
Buddy Groom: Inherits Jesse Orosco's role. Back stiffness has eased.
Jerry Hairston: Here today but probably gone next week. Has the game and instincts but needs concentration.
Charles Johnson: Showed a tighter, more explosive swing. Big year?
Calvin Maduro: Outpitched Jason Johnson to stick. Earns a break by missing Cleveland in first start.
Chuck McElroy: Receiving work won't be a problem.
Willie Morales: Seven years in the minors, still an unknown.
Mike Mussina: Has 31 wins and three DL stints the past two years. With 18 more wins, he breaks the bank.
Greg Myers: Powerful pull hitter should be a good fit in Camden Yards when he comes off the DL.
Sidney Ponson: A second consecutive uninspired spring. Time to bear down.
Pat Rapp: Endurance Rapper's biggest question.
Al Reyes: Saved his spot by closing hard the last two weeks.
Cal Ripken: The latest batting stance has yet to take. On hold for six months, the countdown resumes to 3,000.
B. J. Ryan: Not ready to close, but ready to impose.
B. J. Surhoff: Can he raise RBI total for a sixth straight year? Needs to beat 107.
Mike Timlin: Camp MVP. Carried over last season's confident second half.
Mike Trombley: Very effective down, a pinata up. Must stay away from right-field porch.
Tim Worrell: Never gave front office a reason not to purchase his contract.