Pitchers emerged from their meetings with Wallace and Chiti -- the club's new pitching coach and bullpen coach, respectively -- impressed. Essentially, one of the main purposes of the camp was so the new coaches could meet with players. But it was more than a meet-and-great. Gausman said he was duped when they asked him what they could do to help make him better, a question he said he's never been asked. While watching bullpen sessions, Wallace could be seen jotting down notes in a notepad, so he definitely pays attention to detail. Both arrive in Baltimore with a reputation of helping to develop young pitching, and you're beginning to see why. They take the challenge seriously, but value the relationship part of it. Now, they will take the show on the road and do the same thing with a group of Orioles pitchers in Southern California that includes Chris Tillman, Miguel Gonzalez, Brian Matusz and Zach Britton.