The Baltimore Orioles Five Biggest Offseason Priorities

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Stay put

Oct 5, 2014; Detroit, MI, USA; Baltimore Orioles fans celebrate after the Orioles defeated the Detroit Tigers in game three of the 2014 ALDS baseball playoff game at Comerica Park. The Orioles move on to the ALCS with 2-1 win over the Tigers. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

There is really nothing else to say (but I’ll say more because that’s what I do). It’s pretty self-explanatory. If the Baltimore Orioles maintain the same roster in 2015 that they possessed in 2014, they will be in very good shape to make another deep playoff run.

The reason I say that is very simple. They won 96 games last season, why change a good thing? On top of that, they will also be getting two key players back from injury as I stated before.

If Peter Angelos pulls another Peter Angelos and is stagnant in the offseason, there is no reason to panic. Every other year that statement would not be true for the Baltimore Orioles, but in 2015, it is. That’s how good this roster is.

Was the series loss to Kansas City disappointing? Yes. Was it even more disappointing that the Orioles got swept? There is no question about it. But this is an up-and-coming team that will have plenty of more chances to win a World Series in the near future, and you should not get too upset about it (even though it is hard not to be upset).