Found July 27, 2014 on DC Sports-Kings:
July 31st is a day that both fans of America’s Pastime and those who are employed by it circle on their calenders. It’s day that could make or break a team’s season and future with just one phone call. Yes that’s right, the Trade Deadline is arguably the single most important day in the Baseball world, simply because it really can make or break a team’s season! Countless times the Baltimore Orioles have been sellers throughout the past 10 years, but not this year. Sitting atop the AL East by 3 games over the Toronto Blue Jays, the Orioles will look to pad that lead during the deadline. With another arm in the rotation as a strong possibility, the Orioles could be looking for another bat in the lineup, and a possible replacement for the injured Matt Wieters. So without further a deux, here’s five players the Orioles could acquire on Thursday, in no particular order.
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