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Eduardo A. Encina, Orioles beat writer

Orioles record (AL East finish): 82-80 (third place)

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AL East champ: Yankees

AL Central champ: Twins

AL West champ: Astros

AL wild cards: Red Sox, Indians

NL East champ: Nationals

NL Central champ: Cubs

NL West champ: Dodgers

NL wild cards: Brewers, Giants

ALCS: Yankees over Astros

NLCS: Dodgers over Brewers

World Series champ: Yankees over Dodgers

AL Cy Young: Luis Severino, Yankees

AL MVP: Mike Trout, Angels

NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

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NL MVP: Kris Bryant, Cubs

With so much uncertainty from top to bottom, is this the final ride for the Orioles core group?

Jon Meoli, Orioles beat writer

Orioles record (AL East finish): 80-82 (fourth place)

AL East champ: Red Sox

AL Central champ: Indians

AL West champ: Astros

AL wild cards: Yankees, Twins

NL East champ: Nationals

NL Central champ: Cubs

NL West champ: Dodgers

NL wild cards: Brewers, Giants

ALCS: Astros over Red Sox

NLCS: Nationals over Dodgers

World Series champ: Nationals over Astros

AL Cy Young: Justin Verlander, Astros

AL MVP: J.D. Martinez, Red Sox

NL Cy Young: Max Scherzer, Nationals

NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Nationals

Maybe it’s time to deal with the reality that Adam Jones might not be patrolling center field at Camden Yards a year from now.

Peter Schmuck, columnist

Orioles record (AL East finish): 84-78 (third)

AL East champ: Red Sox

AL Central champ: Indians

AL West champ: Angels

AL wild cards: Astros, Yankees

NL East champ: Nationals

NL Central champ: Cubs

NL West champ: Dodgers

NL wild cards: Brewers, Cardinals

ALCS: Red Sox over Yankees

NLCS: Dodgers over Nationals

World Series champ: Red Sox over Dodgers

AL Cy Young: Chris Sale, Red Sox

AL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees

NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

NL MVP: Anthony Rizzo, Cubs

The Orioles were criticized all winter for doing little to upgrade their rotation. Take a look at it now.

Josh Land, Orioles editor

Orioles record (AL East finish): 81-81 (third)

AL East champ: Yankees

AL Central champ: Indians

AL West champ: Astros

AL wild cards: Twins, Red Sox

NL East champ: Nationals

NL Central champ: Cubs

NL West champ: Dodgers

NL wild cards: Cardinals, Giants

ALCS: Yankees over Astros

NLCS: Cubs over Dodgers

World Series champ: Yankees over Cubs

AL Cy Young: Corey Kluber, Indians

AL MVP: Giancarlo Stanton, Yankees

NL Cy Young: Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers

NL MVP: Bryce Harper, Nationals

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