SL: Unless something crazy happens, Jason Hammel will get the start on Opening Day and will be followed by Wei-Yin Chen and Miguel Gonzalez. If Chris Tillman doesn't have any setbacks with the abdominal soreness he was experiencing, he'll be the fourth starter. As for the fifth starter, that's a tough one. Going into spring it seemed that Zach Britton had a leg up on the competition, but he hasn't been great of late. Jake Arrieta has put up several strong performances but he still seems to be struggling with pitch counts. I do think it will be one of them, with Brian Matusz and Steve Johnson being the long shots. If there is one thing we learned about Dan Duquette last year, if a player isn't performing and there is someone in the minors capable of doing better, he won't hesitate to make a change. So in that sense, the fifth spot in the rotation doesn't matter too much. But at the same time, due to their schedule the Orioles will need to use their fifth starter more in the first month than normal, so if they want to get off to a good start it'll certainly help if their fifth starter can perform well.