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What changes do Kremer, Wells and Irvin need to make to stay in the rotation?

Another week, another concern for this up-and-down Orioles team. Last week we were all wringing our hands over the offense after struggles against Kansas City and Pittsburgh. That’s no longer much of a concern after the O’s’ bats came alive against Boston and Milwaukee, putting up 35 runs and 12 home runs over their last six games. The concern of the week has now shifted to the Orioles’ pitching staff, particularly the back end of the rotation.

Even after injuries to Kyle Bradish and John Means in spring training, no one’s faith in the top two of the Orioles rotation ever wavered.