The Baltimore Orioles are playing decent ball halfway into the season for the first time since 2005, and with that decent play, they're going to be looking to improve the team for a run at the playoffs this year.
Problem is, they don't have much to work with in terms of what they can deal.
This team sorely needs improvements in both their defense and starting pitching, but in order to acquire anything of worth, they would, of course, have to deal worth.
Most of their worth is considered untouchable.
Still, there are a few players who could help bring back valuable pieces at the trade deadline. Who knows, maybe GM Dan Duquette will pull of a shrewd deal or two.
With help from this piece.