DM: Best move was maybe picking up Alexi Casilla? It was a very quiet offseason for the Orioles. Given the relative weakness in the other AL East teams going into 2013, the O's were in a position to potentially make some moves be competitive again (assuming that their crazy good fortune in one-run games evens out, they're probably starting from a base of around 80 wins, as opposed to 90-plus). That's what the Toronto Blue Jays did, clearly. There's no one real move that would have done that I think -- one in particular I was looking at going into the offseason was signing Melky Cabrera to upgrade left field without having to commit too much (he ended up getting signed by Toronto) -- but it seems the O's did not want to be aggressive at all, and were content to bring basically the same club back from 2012. Perhaps it was a missed opportunity, but at least they didn't do anything stupid.