The Orioles are done for insofar as their 2015 playoff hopes are concerned. Now let's recap the 2015 season in Baltimore and peek ahead to 2016.
Who are the 25 heroes of the 2015 MLB season? What will the Mets do with their playoff rotation? How will the Dodgers deal with their glut of infield options in October, plus more from around the league.
Players like Kyle Seager and Charlie Blackmon have the stats of must-start players, but they are among a short list of players whom Al Melchior would drop before season's end. He explains why and makes recommendations on who else to drop and who to keep around.
A few high-upside pitchers are not only still available on waivers in many leagues, but are slated for two starts. Al Melchior helps you to sift through this week's options.
It's Sale vs. Hernandez but neither is our top pitcher.
The Orioles are presently in playoff position, and that has a lot to do with manager Buck Showalter's chops when it comes to making pitching decisions.
The David Price blockbuster trade was built basically in a day, but the deadline double really began way back in the winter when Alex Anthopoulos first called Colorado to propose a swap of big-name shortstops.
The Orioles have played well in the second half of the 2015 season. They seem to be the overlooked team in the AL wild-card race.
News and trade buzz from around MLB ahead of the July 31 non-waiver deadline.
A return to health has finally brought Mat Latos back, and C.J. Cron and Vincent Velasquez look interesting now too.

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