Team wOBA: .329. 14th in MLB, 9th in the AL.
The Orioles have a roughly league average offense. Unfortunately for them, that puts them fifth in the American League East. The Birds lineup is littered with interesting names, from up and comers like Nolan Reimold, Matt Wieters, and Adam Jones to stars like Brian Roberts and Nick Markakis. Complimenting them are players like Luke Scott (team leading .362 wOBA and twenty homers) and Melvin Mora. This is a lineup that could become very dangerous as soon as next year, and can burst out against any one pitcher, as CC Sabathia discovered on opening day. For now, they have good power throughout the order without relying on any one player. After Scott, Jones has nineteen home runs, followed by Markakis with sixteen, Roberts with fourteen, and Reimold with twelve. The Orioles are tenth in the league in steals, with Roberts (twenty-seven out of thirty-three) being a legitimate threat to run. Cesar Izturis (eleven steals) and Jones (ten) are the only other real threats to run.…