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For rebuilding Orioles, 'money question' after bad performances is balancing development and consequences

For rebuilding Orioles, 'money question' after bad performances is balancing development and consequences

In the late innings of the Orioles' 12-2 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Monday night, at least before catcher Jesús Sucre took the mound and rescued the sad in the name of the silly, was another in a series of snapshots that illustrate the balance manager Brandon Hyde and his coaches must strike in the first full season of this rebuilding campaign.

As left-hander Tanner Scott and right-hander Miguel Castro, two of the most electric arms on the team, allowed four runs apiece and didn't finish their assigned innings of relief, Hyde said the "money question" for the Orioles staff is how to focus on development while not letting a season with low expectations make...

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