The Orioles have had a pretty active winter so far. The problem is that they really haven't made any moves that will make a huge difference on the team. The biggest move so far has been signing Japanese starter Tsuyoshi Wada, which is huge considering how bad the rotation was last year but won't make the Orioles a .500 team or put fans in the seats.
I'm not saying that Dan Duquette has done a bad job. We're still in the early stages of the offseason, and while there are still many holes on the roster, there are also a lot of players out there to get.
Duquette has done a great job adding depth to the bench in all spots. Endy Chavez, Taylor Teagarden and the plethora of middle infielders added have greatly improved the team, but there are still holes in starting spots.
The way I see it, the two biggest holes now are the rotation and finding a corner infielder/DH to go with Mark Reynolds and Chris Davis. Here are 10 players that the Orioles should look at to take over those spots.