They are, first and foremost, a power team, one that hit 24 more home runs than any other club in the major leagues last season. But for all its thump, the lineup lacks table setters with high on-base percentages. In 2013, for example, the Orioles hit 34 more home runs than the world champion Boston Red Sox but scored 108 fewer runs. The key difference? The Red Sox led the majors in on-base percentage while the Orioles ranked 19th. Among individual players, only Davis ranked among the top 80 in baseball in the statistic, and the Orioles' second best on-base guy, Nate McLouth, left for the Washington Nationals in free agency.