3. Power chase: Yes, the Orioles would like to have a multifaceted offense hitting with runners in scoring position and going station to station on the base paths. But they're built on home runs, as evidenced by the major league-leading 245, and it's always fun to follow where they stand in their chase for the single-season record. The Orioles would need to put up incredible home run numbers the rest of the way to catch the 1997 Mariners, who hit 264. They need 19 in six games to tie the record, which won't likely happen. But they are on pace for 254, one of the highest totals ever.