They did spend money on closer Grant Balfour, but quickly voided that deal before the ink could dry due to a failed physical.
Orioles still looking for starting pitching. They’ve had recent, active dialogue w a few including Santana, Arroyo and Jimenez, sources say
All three are still in free agency because they’ve asked too much this offseason and Connolly notes later that the prices of all three still remain too high. That’s not to say the prices won’t dip further though as Spring Training nears as pitchers and catchers report in less than a month to most camps.
Santana is reportedly seeking a four-year deal worth around $60 million dollars while Bronson Arroyo is seeking a three-year deal, but no dollar amount has been confirmed.