Well, we didn't really need a poll to determine that, but it is the truth.
Despite having a decent young core in Chris Tillman and Wei-Yin Chen, as well as a couple of top prospects in Dylan Bundy and Kevin Gausman, the Birds lack the depth needed to compete with the best teams in the league.
Even after going 85-77, Orioles starting pitching only ranked 12th in the AL with a 4.57 ERA last season.
Fans have clamored about signing a true "ace" nearly every offseason in recent memory. However, just like every other year, it's unlikely the O's will sign a top starter.
Still, there are a few starting pitchers out there that the Orioles could go after who would fit nicely in their rotation and wouldn't be overly expensive.
Here are four starting pitchers the O's should pursue this offseason.