The Orioles need pitching and Price is the top free-agent prize this hot stove season. He's exactly what the Orioles need: a proven, battle-tested, left-handed, top-of-the-rotation arm. But if history tells us anything, it's that the Orioles don't give out the kind of deals that Price will likely command. Price could get a six- or seven-year deal paying him $28-30 million annually, and the Orioles have never given a free-agent pitcher more than Ubaldo Jimenez's four-year, $50 million deal in 2014. Price is out of the Orioles' range.