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What do you think the Orioles can do (with existing resources) to get things going in the right direction? Is there no hope? The Baltimore Guide wants to hear YOUR opinion!
THIS WEEK’S DISCUSSION TOPICS
Each week The Baltimore Guide poses a question about the Orioles that we’ve deemed to be just enough to get your discussions off the ground. Feel free to join in and enlighten us with your O’s knowledge.
Will poor old Kevin Millwood ever win a game?
Since the Orioles swept Red Sox Nation last weekend, have we proved once and for all that steamed crabs are better than boiled lobstah?
This week’s topic: If you were Dave Trembley, what the heck would you do till the All-Star break when you might get Roberts and Pie back?