Spring training is a great time of year. Baseball is back, fans are eager and players are pumped up to get the action going.
The baseball preseason is not only a time for players and teams to get their bodies back into the swing of things (no pun intended), but also a time for the team's coaches and upper management to weed out certain question marks. Most of the time, those question marks surround a vacancy somewhere on the team and the organization has multiple candidates available to fill that role.
The Baltimore Orioles are no exception. They've got a few holes on the field, in their bullpen and in their rotation. They've also got an abundance of capable candidates.
There's plenty of spring training left to go, so nothing is set just yet, especially considering only some of the candidates have seen real action. Still, let's take a look at how things are shaping up so far.