The Baltimore Orioles are not looking to the future at the beginning of this year.
That doesn’t mean they’re not looking ahead.
They have the opportunity to get better, they have the young talent to win now, and there’s a good chance that some of that will trickle down to the big leagues.
But right now, the Orioles are going in the opposite direction.
They are spending money to build their farm system and add young players in the minor leagues and, more importantly, they’re building a roster that they think is capable of playing baseball in the future.
The only thing holding them back is the fact that they’re still rebuilding.
The Orioles have already begun their rebuild, which will include the signing of left-hander Zach Britton to a five-year, $82 million deal.
The contract is the most expensive contract signed by a starting pitcher in baseball history.
Britton will make $10.5 million next year, while the Orioles will be paying him $16 million over four years.
The contract is so high that it might be the most lucrative contract signed in baseball.
In the six years before that, the average starting pitcher’s contract was $3.4 million, and that number will be $6.5-million per year for Britton and the Orioles for five years.
For those unfamiliar with the contracts of players signed by the Orioles this offseason, the following table lists the average annual salary that the average MLB player signed during that same time.
This includes player salaries, signing bonuses, and incentives.
For the Orioles, it will be a good deal, with an average of $21.9 million in the first five years, $26.1 million in each of the next three years, and $31.1-million in the final five years of the deal.
The total is $84.5.
This is the biggest signing by an Orioles player to a new contract since 2012, when they signed outfielder Mike Trout to a six-year $155 million contract.
Trout’s contract is worth $147.5M for five more years, which means that he will be making $37.7 million in that contract, which is still a lot more than any of the players signed since 2012.
The numbers are not necessarily indicative of the future, but it’s an interesting comparison.
If you were to take the top 20 contracts of the last five years (the top 30 of those years are the top 25 contracts signed by starting pitchers), you’d see that most of them were at least $5-m above the average salary of the starting pitcher who signed the contract.
The big difference between the top 10 and the bottom 10 is that some players signed that contract had to be under team control for five seasons.
This means that the Orioles have the chance to win in a short amount of time, which they are currently lacking.
If the Orioles want to have a long-term future, they need to rebuild.
And with Britton, they’ve got the potential to do just that.
The Baltimore Orioles’ new contract for Zach Britto looks like it could be worth $20 million a year over five years with incentives.
He’ll make $4.3 million per year, but that is a lot for a pitcher that has never thrown a pitch for a major league team.
But that’s because the Orioles were paying him a huge signing bonus to sign the contract, so he was able to get away with it.
He will be earning $4 million in 2017, and if the Orioles can stay in their current financial position, he could be one of the best free agent signings of the offseason.
If you want to see what the Orioles’ prospects look like, they’ll be a team that is going to have to contend for a playoff spot this year if they want to be in the mix for the playoffs.
They need to win the AL East and possibly the NL West, but they also have to be competitive in the AL Central and NL West.
If the Orioles do well, they could very well be in contention for the postseason.
If all goes well, Britton could be a valuable asset in the majors and in the next two years.
But he will have to prove that he can still pitch in the big league and that he has enough of a changeup to be successful in the minors.
If Britton can prove that this contract is not a fluke, the price tag for him is not that much to pay, especially considering the Orioles signed him to a very high-end contract that will help him in his second year of the big-league career.
If he can improve his mechanics, the contract will probably pay off a bit later on.
For Britton himself, the future looks bright.
The Orioles’ team president Dan Duquette said that the team is confident that Britton is capable in the major leagues and has shown enough to earn a big contract in the past.
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