Baltimore Orioles: Three Things to do in June

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Apr 6, 2015; St. Petersburg, FL, USA; Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter (26) looks on as their team was introduced before the game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Orioles have had many ups and downs this season, but what exactly is the problem? One game the offense does well and outscores the opposing team, while the next game the team barely puts together three hits in nine innings.

The O’s are lucky they are in a terrible division this year. The American League East is often one of the most dangerous, but this season, no single team has started to pull away or even played consistently, yet.

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The problem is that the Birds have not done anything to surpass the other teams. It’s not too late, but I’m giving them until the end of June to make their move.

The New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays and even the Boston Red Sox are not going to stay down for long. Hey, maybe even the Toronto Blue Jays will make another move toward first place, but one of those teams will make their push by July if not sooner.

The Orioles may have broken their losing streak, but more work has to be done if they are going to make a move on first place in the division. Here are the three things I think the O’s need to work on in June.

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